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UPM Pharmaceuticals Enhances its Pre-Formulation Capabilities

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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Company has purchased and qualified a TA Instruments Q20 Auto MDSC and Q50 TGA.

UPM Pharmaceuticals has announced that it has purchased and qualified a TA Instruments Q20 Auto MDSC (Differential Scanning Calorimeter), and a TA Instruments Q50 TGA (Thermogravimetric Analyzer).

These pieces of equipment greatly enhance UPM’s ability to provide comprehensive pre-formulation studies, as well as support analytical testing of challenging formulations such as poorly soluble compounds.

UPM’s President, Jim Gregory, said, “UPM sees these new pieces of analytical equipment combined with our already highly qualified and experienced analytical team as a powerful combination for our clients who are trying to make the best and most cost effective decisions about investment of precious research funds. And further is looking for a partner that can perform the latest and best analysis with the most reliable equipment available in the pre-formulation stage of development.”

UPM Pharmaceuticals®, Inc. is a Baltimore-based contract development and manufacturing organization providing customized formulation development, manufacturing, and analytical services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic, and veterinary clients.

Fully appreciating that time-to-market is critical, UPM offers remarkably flexible, affordable, and rapid outsourcing services designed to meet clients’ specific development and manufacturing needs.

Their clients represent both small and large companies within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and academic institutions who have a focus on clinical studies.

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