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Thermo Fisher Scientific Opens Customer Solution Centre in China to Support Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Laboratories
Nov 18 2019 Read 1750 Times
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc have announced the official opening of a Customer Solution Centre in Shanghai, China. This follows the recent announcements of a Biosciences Customer Exploration Centre in Shanghai and the expansion of our clinical trials logistics facility in Suzhou.
The new Pharma and BioPharma Centre will support the rapid delivery of novel and high-quality therapeutics by providing expertise in critical analytical processes and specialised workflows.
"The opening of a Pharma and BioPharma Customer Solution Centre in China demonstrates our unwavering commitment to bringing best-in-class analytical technologies to laboratories across the region and supporting quality-by-design through scientific collaboration by scientists," said Tony Acciarito, President of Thermo Fisher Scientific in China. "The new Centre reinforces our mission of enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer by helping laboratories in China nurture innovation and bring effective medicines to waiting patients."
Zhong Feng, Director, Shandong New Time Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, said, "Thermo Fisher’s new Customer Solution Centre in Shanghai is a hub of collaboration that will enable scientists across China to build new analytical workflows, enhance knowledge across our thriving pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical sector, and help build capability and expertise in the region."
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