Carbogen Amcis acquires France-based Creapharm Parenterals

Carbogen Amcis acquires France-based Creapharm Parenterals

1:47 AM, 17th January 2012
Carbogen Amcis acquires France-based Creapharm Parenterals

BUBENDORF, SWITZERLAND: Carbogen Amcis AG has acquired Creapharm Parenterals, a subsidiary of France-based Creapharm Group. Formerly MP5, Creapharm Parenterals, is a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) specializing in liquid, semi-solid and injectable aseptic dosage forms. As part of this acquisition, Creapharm Parenterals has changed its name to Carbogen Amcis SAS.

“This transaction further strengthens Carbogen Amcis’ service offerings, enabling us to provide customers with a complete manufacturing solution from process development to supply of pharmaceutical substances and formulated products,” said Mark Griffiths, CEO, Carbogen Amcis.

The acquisition will extend Carbogen Amcis’ comprehensive range of development and manufacturing services by adding complementary formulation, lyophilization services and sterile GMP capabilities for the fast supply of drug products, including highly-potents, for preclinical studies and clinical trials (Phase I, II & III).

“The combined capabilities and services of our two companies present a one-stop solution to pharmaceutical, biotech and virtual pharmaceutical companies looking for a single reliable partner that can provide API and drug product development for preclinical and clinical studies,” informed Maxime Laugier, Development and Projects Director, Creapharm Parenterals.

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