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SynCo Bio Partners Expands the Class A Zone in its Aseptic Filling Facility
Date:8/4/2011

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, August 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

SynCo Bio Partners B.V., one of the leading GMP contract manufacturers of biopharmaceuticals today announced that its aseptic filling facility is again fully operational and SynCo has produced and released the first drug product batches for its clients after the expansion of its Class A zone.  

The expansion of the Class A zone is an important milestone in SynCo's strategy in supporting its clients with new product launches in the US and the rest of the world.  SynCo's aseptic filling facility is able to fill and lyophilize a wide range of biopharmaceuticals which include proteins, monoclonal antibodies, polysaccharides, nucleic acids, aluminium containing vaccines, RNA and live biotherapeutics for clinical and market supply.

Announcing this upgrade, Pierre Warffemius, CEO of SynCo Bio Partners said:

"The expansion of the Class A zone is an excellent addition to SynCo Bio Partners' already state-of-the-art contract manufacturing facility in Amsterdam. SynCo is one of the few biopharmaceutical CMOs in the world with a recognized track record in both clinical and commercial manufacturing of both bulk drug substance and drug product and continuously invests in its facilities to achieve its goal: Trust us to make it right."

About SynCo Bio Partners B.V.

SynCo Bio Partners B.V. is a biopharmaceutical GMP Contract Manufacturing Organization located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, licensed for clinical and commercial GMP manufacturing of Bulk Drug Substances and Drug Products.  As a truly global player, SynCo offers a fully integrated range of biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing services supporting small biotech to large pharmaceutical organizations worldwide from the earliest stages in process development, through pre-clinical and clinical trials, biologic license approval and market supply. For more information, please visit
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