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Patheon to Showcase API Development Capabilities at InformEx



Patheon, a provider of contract development and commercial manufacturing services, will showcase its late-stage API development capabilities at InformEx in Miami, Fla., January 21-24, 2014. In addition, many Patheon executives as well as technical and scientific professionals will also attend InformEx and will be available to discuss Patheon's API development capabilities. Patheon will be exhibiting at Booth #1010 for the duration of the conference. InformEx offers participants a direct view of what is happening globally across the fine, specialty, and custom chemical marketplace. The event brings together an international mix of buyers and sellers for four days of sourcing, education, and networking.

Source: Patheon

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