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DSM Recognized With Profiles in Sustainability Award for Corporate Commitment to Sustainability and Innovations for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Date:2/9/2011

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Feb. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DSM Pharmaceutical Products, the pharmaceutical manufacturing organization within Royal DSM N.V. (DSM KON, Euronext), a global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company, and #1 on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2010, was recognized in the category of "Product, Process and Green Innovations" at InformexUSA, where the award was announced yesterday in Charlotte, North Carolina.DSM was considered based on its corporate commitment and ongoing innovations in pharmaceutical manufacturing for the sustainable, cost-effective production of active pharmaceutical ingredients and intermediates.  In 2010, as part of this continued commitment, DSM launched InnoSyn™ route scouting services in response to the increasing interest of pharmaceutical customers to outsource the development of robust low-cost manufacturing routes.  DSM's route scouting capabilities can lead to significant cost savings and a better environmental footprint by the reduction of synthesis steps or redesign of synthesis routes using "innovative synthesis".

DSM's InnoSyn™ route scouting supports the research and development initiatives of pharmaceutical companies by integrating the full range of DSM competencies such as biocatalysis, homogeneous catalysis, micro reactor technology and other advanced synthesis methods that speed up feasibility studies.  DSM's rapid screening and scale-up also provide robust, cost-effective 'next generation' manufacturing solutions important for drug life cycle management focusing on cost reduction.  In October 2010, DSM was recognized with a European Outsourcing Award for "Most Improved Process" with the submission of a customer success story entitled, "Achieving substantial carbon dioxide footprint reduction for the scale up of a drug intermediate", in which DSM identified a faster, 3-step route with the same reliability and stable quality
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