Cambridge Major expands API facility in Germantown, US

Cambridge Major expands API facility in Germantown, US

5:04 AM, 11th September 2012
Cambridge Major expands API facility in Germantown, US

GERMANTOWN, US: Following continued growth in demand for larger scale active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing services, Cambridge Major Laboratories (CML) has announced a significant expansion of its large scale API manufacturing facility in Germantown, Wisconsin, US. The expansion comes only three years after commissioning the new state-of-the-art facility, further validating CML’s business model of focused investment in US-based assets.

“We are very pleased to report that our faith in the ‘invest in the West’ policy initiated a few years ago continues to bear fruit. CML is very well positioned to support both increasing demand for our commercial products as well as our healthy pipeline of API’s in later phases of clinical development. By making these new investments, we show our commitment to support our loyal client base at the most critical point, when quality and timely delivery are imperative,” said Brian Scanlan, President and CEO, CML.

The expansion will include significant additional reactor capacity as well as isolation equipment. Alongside capacity additions, CML has made additional investments in engineering controls to ensure the sustainability of the business. “Our Environmental, Health, and Safety commitments underpin all operations, and we have invested further containment capabilities with engineering controls across production trains. Additional containment capabilities will also be introduced into our European facility later this year,” added Scanlan.

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