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Bolstering Capabilities For Parenteral Drug Development and Manufacturing

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As published in Pharma's Almanac Q4 2015.

ABSTRACT

As the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets undergo significant changes, companies are relying more heavily on CROs and CMOs to provide the needed services, expertise, and technologies to help them favorably compete in a challenging marketplace. Contract service providers, in turn, are strengthen- ing their capabilities to satisfy current demands, in some cases by coming together. An example is the recent combining of AAIPharma and Cambridge Major Laboratories, forming a full-service global CDMO supplying drug substance and drug product development, manufacturing, testing, and packaging services. This coupling also supports drug sponsors facing the escalating challenges of developing and manufacturing parenteral drug products.

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Expanding Disinfectant Effectiveness/Qualification Services in St. Louis, MO

WILMINGTON, NC – October 1, 2015 – AAIPharma Services Corp. / Cambridge Major Laboratories, Inc. (AAI/CML) has recently expanded its service capabilities to offer two sites as options for placement of Disinfectant Effectiveness/ Disinfectant Qualification (DE/DQ) studies. In order to meet a high customer demand, provide regional supportand complement the existing services from the Edison, NJ, facility, AAI/CML now offers DE/DQ at its St. Louis, MO facility. These studies satisfy the requirements of USP <1072> Disinfectants and Antiseptics and support clients with their needs to comply with cGMP 21 CFR 211.67, Equipment Cleaning and Maintenance.


 The expansion allows AAI/CML to further support sterile and non-sterile product manufacturers in the development and qualification of disinfectant programs to prevent microbial contamination through pharmaceutical ingredients, process water, packaging components, manufacturing environment, process and manufacturing equipment.

“We are excited to expand our disinfectant qualification systems to our St. Louis facility and provide the kind of robust systems needed to prevent microbial contamination in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products,” stated Ted Dolan, Chief Operating Officer. “This added capability allows us to offer more options for regional proximity and flexibility for manufacturing and testing with AAI/CML from both our St. Louis, MO and Edison, NJ sites.” 

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