A&C JOINS MASSBIO

A&C is happy to announce that we have recently joined MassBio, the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. MassBio is a not-for-profit organization which mission is to advance Massachusetts’ leadership in the life sciences industry. The association has more than 1,200 member companies, approximately 65% of which are biotechnology companies, including finished drug manufacturers and raw materials suppliers such as A&C.

As proud member of this association we will be participating in the 2020 State of Possible Conference in Boston on March 25th, which will celebrate the changes, achievements and current opportunities in the biotech industry. If you would like to meet our team at the event, please contact our Business Development Director, Luc Miron at luc@acggp.com or email usa@acggp.com.
We look forward to meeting you and our industry peers at all the upcoming MassBio events in 2020.

Trends in the biotech industry confirm the increasing need for new excipients as they facilitate the development of biotechnology derived drugs. These excipients are required to be compatible with the innovative active principles such as those originating from biotechnology. A greater synergy between excipient manufacturers and the pharmaceutical manufacturers is going to help in the development of tailor-made designer excipients complying with safety, performance, and regulatory issues. Our experience as a global GMP excipient manufacturer has taught us that each customer has unique product needs requiring tailored solutions. We are a leading global GMP excipient manufacturer to the life sciences industry, offering our customers a broad portfolio of excipients. We also provide technical, quality and regulatory support throughout the entire sales cycle. Contact us at info@acggp.com or visit our website to discover our range of custom GMP services and to learn more about our GMP excipients https://www.acggp.com/excipients-manufacturer/.

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