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DSM Joins the American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute(R)'s Pharmaceutical Roundtable
Date:1/27/2009

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- DSM Pharmaceutical Products today announced that they will join the Green Chemistry Institute(R) Pharmaceutical Roundtable (Roundtable) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) as an associate member. The Pharmaceutical Roundtable is a partnership between the ACS Green Chemistry Institute(R) and pharmaceutical companies. The roundtable was founded in 2005 to promote sustainable manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) by integrating the principles of green chemistry and engineering into drug discovery and manufacturing. Recently it was decided that companies which are significantly engaged in research and development or manufacturing of intermediates and APIs for the pharmaceutical industry could apply for membership. DSM Pharmaceutical Products is the first such company to join the Roundtable.

Bob Hartmayer, president & CEO of the DSM Pharmaceutical Products business group, commented, "I am proud that DSM's ambition to play in the top league of sustainable manufacturers is recognized by the Roundtable members. It stimulates us to continue to work with our customers towards new and green synthetic routes for API synthesis; to be the first supplier company to join this roundtable is a real honor."

Bob Peoples, director of the ACS Green Chemistry Institute(R), comments: "The addition of DSM as our first associate member is a significant development in the expansion of the ACS GCI Pharmaceutical Roundtable. We look forward to working with DSM who brings complementary expertise to support the mission of the Roundtable and will further leverage the excellent work of this dedicated group of leading pharmaceutical companies."

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