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A medical firm which manufactures equipment for intensive care has opened a new £13 million centre in St Asaph.
Around a dozen jobs have been created at the Sphere Medical facility in the city’s Business Park, as part of a move towards commercial production. The company has transferred its production operations from Cambridge.
The new centre, opened on Thursday by science minister Edwina Hart, was funded by an investment firm and a £4 million grant from The Wales Fund, which is aimed at boosting hi-tech medical and pharmaceutical firms.
Among the facilities are a state-of-the-art cleanroom, which will produce blood gas analysers.