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Fast Locator 2012-2013: Covance


Covance Outsourcing Services

Year Founded:

1997

Regions where services are provided:

North America, Asia, Europe.

Number of Employees:

501+

Annual Revenues:

$500 million+

Outsourcing services provided:

Analytical Services

  • Bioanalytical testing
  • Chemistry & stability
  • Microbiology
  • Particle characterization
  • Product characterization

Consulting Services

  • Regulatory, Validation, IT, & QA/QC Services

Development and Phase I/II CTM

  • API–small molecule

API Production Technologies

  • Acetylenic chemistry
  • Acylation
  • Amidation
  • Amino acids and analogs
  • Asymmetric synthesis or chiral chemistry
  • Cyanide chemistry
  • Nitration
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Sulfonation

Website:

www.covance.com

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