The transition of the technologies business into Almac's new North American Headquarters was carefully planned and executed. Over the course of the past few months, Almac successfully relocated and tested all of its new and existing technologies and systems in the new locale to make certain that there were no disruptions to client studies during the transition into the North American Headquarters.
Jim Murphy, President of Almac's clinical technologies business unit, comments on the flawless move of the business from Yardley, PA, to its new location in Souderton, PA. Murphy: "Our IT, Quality Assurance, senior management team, and other key personnel worked in unison to ensure that all of our systems were tested and met the highest standards before we moved into the new facility. The transition team's meticulous planning enabled us to avoid any downtime on client studies outside of our normal maintenance windows. I am delighted to announce that everything went as planned with this perfectly executed transition."
The move of three Almac business units to a new North American Headquarters is part of the Almac Group's integrated services solutions strategy. The new facility was planned to deliver a full-service, integrated drug supply management and technology solution to biopharmaceutical clients.
Joseph Bedford, Ph.D., Director of Marketing at Almac's Clinical
Technologies business unit comments: "The biopharmaceutical industry is
making great strides to streamline drug development and bring efficiencies to
clinical trials. Our new North American Headquarters allows Almac to deliver
|SOURCE Almac Group|
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