Intravenous news: PBR report “B Braun Medical Indonesia has announced to construct a $100m factory in Cikampek, West Java, in a bid to boost its intravenous fluids and injectable medications production capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region. Commenting on the plan, B Braun Medical president director Manogaran was quoted by The Jakarta Globe as saying that the factory will be built in two phases, with completion expected in four years.
“Apart from fulfilling the needs of the Indonesian market, more than 50 percent of the production will be exported to the Asia-Pacific region, Japan and Australia, and to Europe,” Manogaran added.
“We hope the factory’s presence will benefit Asia Pacific consumers, especially Indonesia, so that they can enjoy health services at more affordable prices.”
Employing around 800 staff, the new factory will have an estimated capacity to produce 150 million units of intravenous liquids and injectable medical products.”