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Gateway 2011: AMRI

Your online Gateway to AMRI in 2011

26 Corporate Circle
Albany, NY  12203
US: (518) 512-2000
Europe: +44 (0)1352 717100

About AMRI

AMRI is a global contract research and manufacturing organization with twenty years experience providing customers fully integrated lead discovery, development and manufacturing services. The company has steadily expanded, with more than 1400 employees located in facilities throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia


Its diverse customer portfolio includes companies in the pharmaceutical, specialty chemical, biotech, cosmetic, agriculture and food/beverage industries, as well as not-for-profit organizations, universities and medical institutions.
United in vision to provide the highest quality customer service experience, AMRI employees worldwide work together to provide scientific solutions that improve the quality of life.

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