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Alkermes Contract Pharma Services

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Alkermes Contract Pharma Services is a leading provider of solid dosage form product development, scale-up and manufacturing services for the pharmaceutical market. With over 40 years experience and innovation, previously as Elan Drug Technologies, we continue to be the outsourcing partner of choice for over 30 leading pharmaceutical companies. 

All the services we offer to our clients are provided with the greatest attention to quality and customer service. Our manufacturing business is driven by ‘excellence in everything we do’, which through our Operational Excellence program, gives you the reassurance that your product will be guided through our facilities to exacting specifications.

Key Benefits

• Experience and expertise:
          - 40+ year history in business with proven track record

• The industry trusts us:
          - 30+ leading pharma companies are partners of ours

• Wide range of services sets us apart:
         - Effective, robust and swift technical transfers
         - Range of proven and validated process improvement solutions
         - Modern facilities with best in class systems
         - Competitive pricing
         - On-time delivery record
         - Exceptional compliance track record
         - Excellent environmental, health and safety record

• FDA/EMA-licensed sites in both Europe and U.S. (and other territories including supply of product to Brazil, China and India).

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Alkermes
Monksland, Athlone, Co Westmeath, Ireland

Tel: +353 9064 95000

Email: contract@alkermes.com



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