Left to right: Aegros Co-founders Mr John Manusu and Professor Hari Nair, along with Mr Maha Sinnathamby AM and Mr Bob Sharpless from the Springfield City Group, sign the heads of agreement to build Aegros’ new one million litre facility at BioPark Australia.
On Thursday 20 April Aegros Founders, Professor Hari Nair and Mr John Manusu, sat down with Mr Maha Sinnathamby AM and Mr Bob Sharpless from the Springfield City Group, to sign the heads of agreement to build Aegros’ new one million litre HaemaFrac®blood plasma fractionation facility.
The new facility is supported by the Queensland Government’s Invested in Queensland program and was announced on site at BioPark Australia by the Honourable Cameron Dick MP, Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment.
Artist’s impression of Aegros’ new one million litre HaemaFrac® blood plasma fractionation facility, to be built in BioPark Australia, Springfield Queensland.
In addition to the many benefits the project offers the people of Queensland, including helping to ensure Queenslanders will have a secure supply of blood plasma medicines, local job creation, and making annual savings to the state’s health care budget, the project also ensures the culmination of the Springfield City Group’s vision to create BioPark Australia.
Left to right: Mr Maha Sinnathamby AM of Springfield City Group, Professor Hari Nair Aegros Co-founder and Executive Chair, the Honourable Cameron Dick MP Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, and Charis Mullen MP at the 2022 announcement of the Invested in Queensland program’s support for Aegros’ new one million litre HaemaFrac® facility.
With Aegros taking up land within the Springfield precent, the signal has been sent that businesses and industries can confidently form a hub of medical, pharmaceutical, academic, and bio-processing service providers that will be able to collaborate for success.
Already Aegros is speaking to university centres of learning and leading and emerging players in the pharmaceutical and medical technology sectors who are keen to explore the synergies that BioPark Australia offers.
Aegros looks forward to building and developing its new one million litre HaemaFrac® facility and becoming the anchor tenant for BioPark Australia.
Aegros also looks forward to future collaborations with the Springfield City Group and to becoming a part of the Springfield and Ipswich communities.
You can watch a video that was taken of the signing ceremony and hear from Professor Hari Nair Mr Maha Sinnathamby AM on their vision for BioPark Australia.