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Precision Stability Storage Announces Upcoming Expansion
Date:6/17/2009

PSS will double the size of its operation in Wilson, NC and will include additional stability storage space, additional retain sample storage, and a controlled environment room.

Wilson, NC (PRWEB) June 17, 2009 -- Precision Stability Storage, LLC ("PSS"), a worldwide provider of long-term and short term storage of stability samples, sample management, and logistics for the Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, and Medical Device industries today announced the expansion of its Wilson, NC facility.

The company will double the size of its existing operation in Wilson and will include an additional 8500 cubic feet of stability storage space, 2500 cubic feet of retain sample storage, and a controlled environment room for bulk powder and liquid sampling and dispensing.

The facility expansion will maintain compliance with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMP) standards.

The expansion is part of the company's planned growth strategy to increase temperature and humidity controlled storage capacity and logistical support, and sample data management for the company's growing and diverse global customer base.

"The expansion of the Wilson facility enhances PSS' ability to offer the best quality service to our customers," said Ken Edwards, Director of Business Development. "No other contract facility can offer the diversity of climate conditions that we are now able to provide. The size and variety of our walk-in stability chambers, allows us to meet customer demands for storage for the most far-reaching clinical studies and commercial products."

The PSS facility is designed to store a broad spectrum of traditional, biotechnology, medical device, and nutraceutical samples. The facility offers a wide variety of storage, temperature and humidity conditions, as recommended by the Inte
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