AndersonBrecon Clinical Services has opened a North American clinical services facility in Rockford, IL to serve North and South America. The facility provides on-site packaging, storage, and distribution for investigational products, including cold chain support for refrigerated and frozen products. Lab services include analytical development and testing, and stability studies. The new site will also offer on-site label printing, including randomization generation and multi-language booklets.
The new facility was constructed on the campus of Anderson Packaging’s commercial packaging facilities. The site includes dedicated primary and secondary packaging suites. Primary packaging suites feature class 100M / ISO 8 level clean rooms, with capabilities including over-encapsulation of study and comparator drug product, placebo capsule manufacturing, and packaging of solid oral doses and powders in pouches, bottles, and blisters. The secondary packaging suites can be interconnected for scalable and multi-stage operations. Capabilities include child resistant blister carding, secondary labeling including parenterals and injectibles, as well as kit assembly.
“The new clinical services site in Rockford is well positioned, allowing us to provide our domestic and global customers support services and scalable packaging operations for each stage of the drug development process in both the Americas and Europe,” said Bob Misher, general manager and senior vice president, AndersonBrecon Clinical Services. “We have capabilities for small scale Phase I studies all the way through to large scale Phase III and post-marketing Phase IV studies. Our global teams collaborate for successful study execution, filing, approval and product launch, with a seamless transition to ongoing supply.Our goal is provide our customers full support for the development and commercialization of their product.”
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AndersonBrecon Opens North American Facility
Published February 10, 2011
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