UPM Pharmaceuticals, a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) focused on solid oral and semi-solid dosage forms, has appointed Chris Curtin as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Curtin was promoted from his previous role as Executive Vice President of Quality Operations. Mr. Curtin will lead the organization responsible for Research & Development, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Inventory Management, Quality Control and Analytical Services.
UPM Pharmaceuticals successfully serialized their first product in May of this year. UPM anticipates having all of their clients' products serialized by November 2017. In accordance with the Drug Supply Chain Security Act which had mandated that pharmaceutical manufacturers serialize all pharmaceutical products starting in November 2017, UPM is excited to be ahead of schedule. All products will be serialized by the FDA’s extended deadline of November 2018, if not before.
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UPM is excited to announce the opening of its newly designed and qualified Solids Formulation R&D Facility.
UPM Pharmaceuticals, an independent drug contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), was awarded the prestigious “2015 Industry Choice Award” in the Mid-sized and Emerging Pharma sector. The award was presented by Life Science Leader magazine during the annual CMO Leadership Awards Ceremony and Reception in New York City on March 18, 2015.
UPM Pharmaceuticals, a division of Gregory Pharmaceutical Holdings, has purchased an ACG Fluid Bed Processor FBE 500 Combo granulator and dryer. The unit is equipped for mixing, granulation/agglomeration, drying, blending and coating of beads and granules. The machine is designed for working volumes of 517 liters and 367 liters, both with top spray and bottom spray. Additionally the unit has 3 Wurster columns with individual height adjustment mechanisms.