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Harlan has announced Hiroharu Okochi as president of Harlan Japan.

Okochi will have full profit and loss responsibility as well as overall accountability for all aspects of the Harlan Contract Research Services business tream serving the Japanese chemical, agrochemical, and pharmaceutical markets.

Prior to joining Harlan, Okochi was responsible for sales and business development of Covance central laboratory services to Japanese pharmaceutical companies. He also held research positions at Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories, including the position of general manager of SNBL’s Cambodia subsidiary, where he was responsible for production control and negotiating with the Cambodian government.

Source: Harlan Japan

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