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AMRI Launches SMARTSOURCING™ For Contract Manufacturing and Research Services
Date:4/30/2012

ALBANY, N.Y., April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AMRI (NASDAQ: AMRI) announced today SMARTSOURCING™, an approach that further focuses its research and contract manufacturing services on the various needs of the life sciences and other industries. AMRI SMARTSOURCING™ is a series of strategic sourcing options for customers to reach more successful outcomes. SMARTSOURCING™ is based on 21 years of industry-leading experience and global locations, and combines high quality scientific performance and enhanced decision-making with the accountability of delivering results in a cost-competitive manner.

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Pharmaceutical companies are under pressure to deliver accelerated and increased drug discovery success with reduced budgets and resources. This can result in a loss of productivity where compromises, such as putting price before quality, scientific expertise and even manufacturing capability, are often struck. Furthermore, following substantial downsizing in the United States and Europe, many large pharmaceutical companies are losing experienced scientists with drug discovery and development expertise and relying more on their providers to fill critical knowledge gaps. As a result, CROs and CMOs need to reconsider their current service strategies to find more appropriate ways to meet the market's changing needs.

AMRI has taken this challenge and recently made significant changes to build a stronger, more agile organization for our customers. SMARTSOURCING™ is a pioneering approach for the industry that is fit for purpose in today's world and puts the power of decision making, without compromise, in the hands of the customer.

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