Sai life sciences expands UK footprint at Alderley Park 

Contract research development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) Sai Life Sciences has expanded its existing base at Alderely Park in response to the recent growth the company has experienced.   

Sai Life Sciences has increased its floor space at Alderley Park from 5,000 to 20,000 sq. ft over the last two years. Its recent expansion within the Park’s Mereside Campus includes the addition of a new chemistry and analytical lab, as well as an increase in its fume cupboard provision.

The CDMO moved to Alderley Park in 2020 to establish its first European hub. The site now provides high quality chemistry, non GMP delivery, and technology transfer to its sites in India for scale-up. Currently, work is underway to also set-up a GMP Kilo Lab at the site by Q4 2022.  

Official comments 

Dr Kath Mackay, Director of Life Sciences at Bruntwood SciTech, a partnership between property company Bruntwood and Legal & General, said: “Sai Life Sciences’ rapid expansion since first establishing its European presence here demonstrates just how much of a hotbed Alderley Park, and the UK more broadly, is for high-growth life sciences businesses. Meeting the very real demand that our companies have for grow-on space is something we are committed to meeting, and is why we’re focused on continuing to invest in our lab provision across our network.  

“Sai Life Sciences’ expansion also speaks to the value in joining an established, thriving knowledge ecosystem. We see time and again the power in being located within a cluster like Alderley Park – particularly when entering a new market from overseas.” 

Tuneer Ghosh, Senior Vice President and Head of CMC Business Development at Sai Life Sciences, added:“Our further UK expansion is testament to the strength of the life science community at Alderley Park. With a growing interest from innovator companies across the UK, Europe and US, this expansion in our facilities along with our top-notch scientific team, will help us better serve the growing demand for high quality process chemistry.” 



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