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The Maltese Release Company (TMRC) is a recently established, privately owned company, located in Malta in the pharmaceutical industrial park of Hal Far.

TMRC was born from a Joint Venture between COMBINO PHARM and ALFRED E. TIEFENBACHER, to offer a vast range of services to pharmaceutical companies.

The strategic location of TMRC permits us to perform EU-GMP testing and release of pharmaceutical products even before the end of patent term, allowing our clients the great opportunity to start selling products in the EU market from day one, a huge advantage when compared to other competitors.

The company counts on a diverse team of highly skilled and experienced individuals both in quality control analysis as well as quality assurance.

For more information please contact us info@themalteserelease.com.mt or visit www.themalteserelease.com.mt

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