Biopharmaceutical manufacturing startup INCOG BioPharma Services is marking a milestone at its new Fishers headquarters. The life sciences company just completed the installation of its first multi-use filling line, which means it could start filling vials and syringes for pharmaceutical customers by the end of the year.
INCOG BioPharma first announced plans for the $60 million, 100,000-square-foot facility near 116th Street and I-69 in January 2021. It completed construction this spring and started installation of its manufacturing equipment in May.
The contract development and manufacturing organization is seeking Good Manufacturing Practices certification
“This strategic capital investment in our drug product services strengthens our position as a new standard of CDMO,” said Haig. “We managed to get the site fully operational at a record pace. We now look forward to building partnerships to support global biopharma customers with our team of experts and focused approach to doing business.”
INCOG says the building has the capacity to scale and accommodate up to three filling lines, as the market for injectable drug products continues to grow.