Illinois Visits Vetter in Germany

Governor, Bruce Rauner was accompanied by a delegation of approximately twenty key state and county representatives including notable Illinois economic institutions and organizations. Together with Vetter management, the contingent discussed present local and global economic issues affecting manufacturing and trade. The delegation was also given a guided tour of one of the company’s aseptic production sites and its center for visual inspection and logistics.  “I enjoyed meeting members of the Vetter team and touring their high-quality pharmaceutical manufacturing facility here in the beautiful town of Ravensburg,” said Governor Rauner. “It was exciting to hear about their history and their growth plans for the future. Vetter is an important Illinois corporate citizen and we look forward to supporting their continued success in our state.”

Over the course of the visit, Vetter outlined the status of its site for injectable development services in Skokie. The current 37,000 sq ft facility at the Illinois Science + Technology Park is presently undergoing a further expansion of more than 12,000 sq ft which includes storage areas as well as office space. “It is a distinct honor that the governor of Illinois paid a special visit to our German headquarters,” said Udo J. Vetter, Chairman of the company’s Advisory Board and member of the owner family. “This visit by such a prestigious delegation of individuals is another confirmation of the successful work and contribution we are making to the US life science industry.”  "Having the opportunity to discuss the current economic environment is of central importance for future initiatives,” noted Peter Soelkner, a Vetter Managing Director. “Also, the opportunity to better understand our individual positions and thoughts as trading partners from both sides of the Atlantic was most beneficial.”

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