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American Capital Commits $391 Million in the Combination of Cambridge Major Laboratories and AAIPharma Services
Date:10/28/2013

ering through a global footprint with operations across North America and Europe."

AAIPharma, based in Wilmington, NC, is a leading drug development and manufacturing company that provides solutions to pharmaceutical, biotech and healthcare companies.  The company has a wide range of formulation development and analytical testing capabilities in addition to clinical and commercial manufacturing for drug products.  Since inception, AAIPharma has completed over 600 U.S. and E.U. regulatory filings.  AAIPharma has five U.S. and E.U. certified facilities in North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey and Missouri.

In December 2012, American Capital committed $212 million in the One Stop Buyout® of CML.  Based in Germantown, WI, CML is an API development and manufacturing organization serving a broad customer base of pharmaceutical, biotech and generic drug companies.  The company operates from FDA inspected facilities in the U.S. and Europe.  In 2012, the company developed and supplied over 100 APIs for drugs in the early and mid-stages of development and 14 APIs for drugs that are commercially available.  The products CML manufactures span a wide range of therapeutic categories from cancer to neurology to rare genetic diseases.  For more information about American Capital's investment in CML, visit http://www.americancapital.com/our-portfolio/cambridge-major-laboratories-inc.

Brian Scanlan, CML President and CEO, stated, "This combination is a significant step for both CML and AAIPharma, creating a first of its kind merger of two equals: two highly respected, market leading firms
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