Report: Thermo Fisher Secures Tax Rebate to Build BioCenter in Utah
Salt Lake City’s Deseret Morning News reported last week that Thermo Fisher Scientific plans to build an $11.4 million “BioCenter” in Logan, Utah, to manufacture containers and other products used in life science research and bioprocessing.
The announcement followed the state’s approval of a tax rebate of up to $2.74 million over 10 years to secure the project, the paper reported.

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