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Off-site Stability Storage Facility Expands Capacity

Parameter Stability Storage has expanded by 30% its stability storage space for products that require International Conference on Harmonization (ICH)-specified environmental conditions.

The company’s stability storage rooms and chambers are fully validated to meet strict temperature, humidity, and uniformity controls. Chambers and rooms are monitored 24/7 and are cGMP compliant.

Parameter Stability Storage rooms and chambers have been mapped and validated for FDA-mandated long-and short-term shelf life studies under various temperature and humidity requirements.

In addition, the company offers back-up contingency storage to businesses whose own stability storage facilities prove inadequate because of space constraints, disastrous weather conditions, or electrical failures.

Source: Parameter Stability Storage


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