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Unilife Corporation Announces Financial Results For Fiscal Year 2012 Fourth Quarter
Date:7/30/2012

YORK, Pa., July 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Unilife Corporation ("Unilife" or "Company") (NASDAQ: UNIS; ASX: UNS) today announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2012, (the fourth quarter of Fiscal Year 2012).

Unilife CEO, Alan Shortall stated, "We are pleased to have delivered on our key business milestones set out for the past twelve months, and remain on schedule to continue this consistent trend in the current fiscal year. I believe we are at a key inflection point in our growth. We have established a large and growing base of pharmaceutical companies who are seeking access to the Unifill® syringe and our other proprietary devices in order to generate brand differentiation and optimize revenues for their brand name, generic and biosimilar drugs. We look forward to the formalization of a series of long-term commercial partnerships moving forward."

Unifill Prefilled SyringeMr. Shortall continued, "During the last quarter, we began to enter into commercial supply contracts with pharmaceutical customers for the Unifill syringe. New and recurring shipments of small batches of the Unifill syringe are now being made to a number of pharmaceutical customers on a regular basis. It has been indicated to us that some of these customers are now at various stages in the evaluation, stability study and fill-finish validation of our device. Several customers have reported to us that they are targeting the Unifill syringe for use with several of their approved and late-stage pipeline molecules. It has also been confirmed that the initial supply of the Unifill to other new global pharmaceutical customers will commence over the coming months."

AutoInfusor Devices of Disposable Subcutaneous Delivery Systems "Our AutoInfusor™ devices are generating market activity with a number of global pharmaceutical companies for the delivery of large dos
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