Bristol Myers Squibb to Open New Cell Therapy Facility in Massachusetts

BioPharm International Editors

The new facility is part of Bristol Myers Squibb’s investment into the clinical and commercial manufacturing of cell therapies for patients with aggressive hematological cancers.

Bristol Myers Squibb announced on Feb. 23, 2021 that construction has begun on its new cell therapy manufacturing facility in Devens, MA.

Located on the company’s current 89-acre Devens campus, the 244,000-ft2 facility will have the ability to handle the quick ramp-up of capacity for clinical and commercial cell therapy products, Bristol Myers Squibb said in a company press release. The new facility is part of Bristol Myers Squibb’s investment into the clinical and commercial manufacturing of cell therapies for patients with aggressive hematological cancers.

“Bristol Myers Squibb is at the forefront of manufacturing innovations, and we are proud that our new cell therapy facility in the Boston area will include many next generation technologies and the latest integrated digital systems,” said Ann Lee, PhD, head, Cell Therapy Development and Operations, Bristol Myers Squibb, in the press release.

Source: Bristol Myers Squibb