Dow Chemical Company, Cambrex together completes drug solubility enhancement facility

Dow, Cambrex complete operational facility for drug solubility enhancement

12:23 PM, 30th October 2013
Dow Chemical Company, Cambrex  completes Dow’s drug solubility enhancement facility

HORGEN, SWITZERLAND/KARLSKOGA, SWEDEN: The Dow Chemical Company and Cambrex have completed the new operational facility for Dow’s hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate (HPMCAS) for drug solubility enhancement. The Cambrex Karlskoga facility expansion began in early 2013. Starting early 2014, Dow will be able to commercially supply solubility enabling excipients.

“We are proud to have completed this carefully executed expansion in such a short amount of time. This has been a great collaboration with both the Dow and Cambrex teams focused on meeting project goals. This partnership between Dow and Cambrex further demonstrates Cambrex's commitment to finding solutions that allow our clients to meet a market need in a timely manner,” said Bjarne Sandberg, Managing Director, Cambrex Karlskoga.

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