Saltigo build new capacity potent APIs in US

Saltigo to build new capacity for potent APIs in US

11:02 PM, 24th October 2011
Saltigo to build new capacity for potent APIs in US
Dr Andreas Stolle, Head, Pharma business line, Saltigo.

 

LANGENFELD, GERMANY: Saltigo GmbH, a Lanxess subsidiary, recently announced two important strategies in its custom manufacturing services.

First, the company will build new production capacities for potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) at its site in Redmond, targeting the American pharmaceutical industry. Second, it is looking to strengthen its commitment in Japan. Recently it has received accreditation of Saltigo’s Leverkusen site by the Japanese Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA).

Potent and highly potent active pharmaceutical ingredients of categories III and IV already play a key role among the low-molecular-weight active ingredients. This trend will continue to increase in the future.

“We have decided to expand the production capabilities at our Redmond site in Washington, US, so that we can also produce and handle highly effective category III substances there,” said Dr Andreas Stolle, Head, Pharma business line, Saltigo.

The respective capacities up to the kilogramme range will become available at the beginning of 2012 and will provide Saltigo’s customers with even more products and services from a single source. The company will then also be able to produce active ingredients with an occupational exposure limit (OEL) of less than 10 microgramme per cubic metre of air.

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