24-Jul-2019 - cytena GmbH

Cytena Founds Subsidiary in Taiwan

Cytena is continuing its growth with the establishment of its subsidiary Cytena Bioprocess Solutions in Taiwan. Cytena Bioprocess Solutions is developing an innovative technology, which enables considerable reductions in time and increases in efficiency for cell line development. 

"With the new R&D focused company, we want to further strengthen our global market position and open up new application areas and target markets. Our team in Taipei will enable us to be even closer to our Asian partners and use local R&D and production resources," says Dr. Jonas Schoendube, CEO of Cytena in Germany.

Cytena Bioprocess Solutions will focus on providing bioprocess solutions for pharmaceutical companies and leading research institutes.

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