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Sheffield Bio-Science Wins 2010 Lilly Global Supplier Award
Date:7/12/2010

BELOIT, Wis., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Sheffield Bio-Science, a leading global pharmaceutical supplier of superior quality cell nutrition and excipient products for the biotech and pharmaceutical markets, has been awarded the distinguished 2010 Lilly Global Supplier Award.  

The Lilly Global Supplier Award recognizes Sheffield Bio-Sciences' consistent execution of quality and services for Eli Lilly and Company over the years and specifically for delivering above-and-beyond support during the past 18 months. Sheffield Bio-Science is one of a selected few suppliers to receive this honor.

"We are honored and proud to receive this Award from our valued customer partner, Eli Lilly and Company. This Award recognizes our company's Industry-leading products, expertise, and steadfast commitment to deliver the superior products and service to help our customers optimize and grow their business in today's challenging marketplace.  Sheffield has a long-standing reputation for being one of the best supplier partners to the Pharmaceutical Industry and we remain committed to upholding this reputation by delivering our best to customers each and every day," said Edmond Scanlon, President of Sheffield Bio-Science.

Sheffield Bio-Science is known for its global leadership in innovation and applications of superior quality cell nutrition and excipients. Sheffield Bio-Science offers Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical customers with excipient products ranging from Industry-leading lactose to cost-effective coatings. 
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