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Frontage Labs Plans Expansion of CMC Facility

PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management
Volume 10, Issue 7

Frontage Labs reported plans to expand its chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC) facility in Exton, PA. The expansion includes increased incremental capacity to existing services and will also provide Frontage with additional room for future growth.

The renovation plan involves two phases. Initial improvements, which include two analytical laboratories and 8000 square feet of office space, will begin in mid-2014, with completion scheduled for the end of September. The second phase, which includes additional clinical trial manufacturing space for solid, semi-solid, and sterile pharmaceutical products and packaging, labeling, and distribution functions, will be implemented at the beginning of 2015. Following the completion of this expansion in mid-2015, Frontage expects to increase its CMC workforce and capacity by more than 50%.

Source:Frontage Labs


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