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Dr. Ahmed Emad, Minister of Health and Population, inaugurated, on Tuesday, the Serum and Sterile Packaging Factory “Building 60”, or “Egyvac” for the production of serums, vaccines and grafts, at the Serum and Vaccine Holding Company “Vaccera”, with a total investment cost of the factory 700 million pounds through the Emirati grant, and that In the presence of Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Dr. Ashraf El Sharkawy, Minister of Public Business Sector, and Juma Mubarak, UAE Ambassador to Egypt.
aims to produce life-saving vaccines, such as serums against snake bites, scorpions, snakes, tetanus, diphtheria, bee stings, and natural horse serum, to achieve the strategic dimension in providing vaccines to sovereign bodies, while providing them to the local market and exporting to the Middle East and Africa.
The building consists of a ground and four floors. The ground floor is dedicated to the service systems of the project, such as the water and air station, generators, refrigerators, stores and changing rooms. As for the first floor, it includes the main production plans for the factory and the second line for sterile packaging of products after manufacturing, where the design is based on the complete separation between them. And the application of the global manufacturing quality system GMP and the second round of air handling units for aseptic conditioning, as for the fourth and fifth floors for future planning.
You’re probably asking yourself the same question Arriz has asked herself plenty of times: if a home is newly built, shouldn’t it be perfect? Absolutely, says Marnie Oursler, owner of Marnie Custom Homes in Bethany Beach, Del., and host of DIY Network’s Big Beach Builds.
Ensuring your home is built to the highest standards and that you won’t have any major repairs to deal with soon after moving in comes down to the things you do before purchasing a home, says Oursler. Before signing any contracts, research the homebuilders you are interested in working with to gauge customer satisfaction. And, don’t be afraid to ask builders questions.
Oursler suggests speaking with past clients to see how satisfied they are with their home and how the builder dealt with any changes or repairs. “That’s going to give you a lot of good insight,” Oursler says. “No process is going to be smooth the entire way. You have to trust and know the builder.”