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Biosynth To Offer Complex Chemistry Solutions at Greater Scales Following Acquisition of VIO Chemicals

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Biosynth, a supplier of critical raw materials to the life science industry, is pleased to announce that it has acquired VIO Chemicals, a Zurich-based company with a global network of large-scale manufacturing partners.

The acquisition will expand Biosynth’s ability to secure its customers’ supply chains by bringing greater flexibility in scales for complex chemical manufacturing, with expertise across carbohydrates, nucleosides, intermediates, and specialty excipients, among others.

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CEO and President of Biosynth, Urs Spitz, was pleased to welcome Biosynth’s long-standing collaborator. “VIO Chemicals has a long standing relationship with Biosynth and is an excellent addition to our flagship Complex Chemicals division. We know that our customers want to stay working with us as their needs develop, so being able to offer flexibility and scope for greater scales of production, into the many metric tons, is an important part of that.”


“Biosynth’s passion for chemistry has always been something that we have shared,” commented VIO Chemicals CEO and Founder, Dimitris Kalias. “We are both driven by both science and our customers’ needs, and I am excited for VIO to be part of the research, development, and manufacturing services that support our shared customers across a wide range of scales.”