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Pall Corporation to hire 300 for new Upstate manufacturing facility

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Pall Corporation announced Nov. 8 it will hire 300 people to staff its new 220,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at 816 Berry Shoals Road in Duncan.

The facility manufactures products such as its Allegro platform, which may be used in the creation, purification and packaging processes for biotechnology and pharmaceutical products such as antibiotics, antibodies and vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines.

“We’re excited to join the Duncan community and welcome new associates to our growing team,” said Joseph Repp, president, Pall Life Sciences. “Pall has a proud, 75-year history of supporting development of life-saving vaccines and therapeutics. The important products we make here in South Carolina are used by customers around the world and critical to Pall’s global expansion plans as we increase production globally.”

The company also expects to hire for additional positions in 2022.

To apply for open positions, visit jobs.danaher.com/global/en and search for ‘South Carolina’ as the role location.

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