Grace opens technical service centre in India

Grace opens technical service centre in India

12:17 PM, 17th June 2011
Grace opens technical service centre in India


COLUMBIA, US/HYDERABAD, INDIA: Grace Davison Discovery Sciences said it has opened a new technical service knowledge centre in Southern India for customers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. The new facility is located in Genome Valley (close to Hyderabad), a growing biopharmaceutical area with more than 100 biotechnology companies and major generic pharmaceutical manufacturers.

The knowledge centre was opened to support customers in the areas of laboratory separations, bulk purification, excipients and pharmaceutical intermediates. These solutions assist pharma companies to reduce time to market for potential life saving medications. “We are geographically expanding to meet demands of our growing client base. The new facility is part of our strategy to build on our footprint in the region and to position for further expansion in the future,” said Joanne Green, Vice President and General Manager, Grace Davison Discovery Sciences.

The centre will serve as a resource for Indian customers, as well as being an Asia Pacific support hub for the region. In addition, it will be a global knowledge centre for product development and applications support for Grace Davison Discovery Sciences. Other services provided will include customer training, validation and testing for a variety of products and product demonstrations. 

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