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Recipharm launches a stand-alone offering for analytical chemistry


The company has launched Recipharm Analytical Solutions, a stand-alone service to support pharmaceutical companies with their Quality Control (QC) and analytical requirements.

Recipharm Analytical Solutions, which launches at CPhI Worldwide, November 5 – 7, Frankfurt, Germany, offers analytical services including method development, method validation, and stability program design and implementation, states the company in its press release.

The service launches as Recipharm opens a brand-new analytical chemistry laboratory and additional stability walk-in chambers at its facility in Bengaluru, India. This laboratory in Bengaluru, which is the 9th addition to Recipharm’s overall global analytical solutions offering and was commissioned in response to customer demand and became operational in October.

“Reducing time to market is a key consideration throughout every stage of drug development. By taking an innovative approach to analytical chemistry and using our expertise and capacity, we can improve efficiencies and reduce vital timelines for our customers. For example, worldwide, we are more than 160 analytical scientists that can perform analyses in parallel, share experience of all sorts of molecules and formulations and have the time to focus on finding solutions to customer challenges,” says Dr. Ramesh Jagadeesan, Director of Analytical Development at Recipharm. “Many customers place their full stability programs with us, thus offloading their own QC labs, giving them capacity to focus on core activities. Our understanding of the entire drug development and manufacturing process delivers many benefits, including the ability to develop robust methods made for the stream-lined conditions within QC labs. We are used to working closely with formulation development teams with regulatory implications in mind. We also understand the logistics involved in the scale-up and tech transfer of a drug product, meaning transferring analytical methods should never be an issue.”

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