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SynCo Bio Partners Wins Best Contract Manufacturing Organization 2009 ViE Award
Date:4/30/2009

AMSTERDAM, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- SynCo Bio Partners B.V. (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), the cGMP manufacturer of clinical and commercial biopharmaceuticals, has won the Vaccine Industry Excellence (ViE) award for Best Contract Manufacturing Organization (CMO) 2009. This award was presented to SynCo at the Washington World Vaccine Congress on the 22nd of April and is a recognition of the excellent work by SynCo's scientists and manufacturing staff on behalf of its clients over the last 9 years.

SynCo was nominated by a panel of judges from the industry and selected over 5 other finalists in the Best CMO category, according to a wide range of criteria including:

    - The range of services provided in niche and core therapeutic
      areas
    - Methods of performance improvement or introduction of new
      services
    - Attention to and quality of relationships with clients
    - Reaching of milestones and final / ongoing outcomes
    - Building and maintaining existing and long term partnerships

Pierre Warffemius, CEO, said 'this award endorses SynCo's aim to be the long term strategic choice of biotechnology companies for the development of production processes and the GMP manufacture of protein, live-microbial, polysaccharide and monoclonal antibody-based biopharmaceuticals."

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About SynCo Bio Partners B.V.

SynCo Bio Partners is a GMP-licensed bulk drug substance and final product CMO with in-depth clinical and commercial production experience with mammalian and microbial systems. This experience has been acquired by developing new production processes for a number of international clients and producing a wide variety of different vaccines, live bacterial products and recombinant proteins in our state-of-the-art, GMP-licensed facilities since i
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