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Cambridge Major Laboratories: Why Now is the Right Time to Open a World-scale API Plant in the U.S.

4:15 AM MDT | July 30, 2009 | Alex Scott

At a time when some pharmaceutical companies are mothballing or closing down manufacturing plants, Cambridge Major Laboratories (CML; Germantown, WI) today is officially opening a large-scale active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) manufacturing facility adjacent to its headquarters in Germantown. Costing more than $40 million, the new cGMP plant marks an “absolutely critical step” in the development of the company, says Brian Scanlan chief business officer for CML. Even if the company had the hindsight of knowing that it would be opening the new...

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