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AAIPharma Services

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For more than 30 years, AAIPharma Services has been assuring pharmaceutical companies, both large and small, that their products will be ready for the next phase. You may choose from specific CMC services or a complete product development package to meet your drug product development and manufacturing needs. We pride ourselves on having a seasoned team who cares about moving your product forward to clinical or commercial manufacturing quickly and responsibly.

Whatever the scope or size of your drug development and manufacturing project, AAIPharma Services understands what matters most to you:

Having a dependable vendor you can trust
Relying on experienced scientists with the expertise your product demands
Getting responsive and flexible service – starting rapidly, meeting timelines, seeing obstacles before they occur and acting quickly when things change
Staying in touch, with communications to keep you informed every step of the way and no surprises
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AAIPharma Services
2320 Scientific Park Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28405 USA

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