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Bioiberica Heparin Science to participate in the DCAT Week 2018

19 Mar 2018
Heparin
  • Bioiberica’s Business Unit dedicated to the production of Heparin has the objective of establishing strategic alliances and finding new business opportunities in the US market 
  • This is the largest professional and business meeting of the American pharmaceutical industry, which will include high level meetings, networking sessions and educational programs

Heparin Science, Bioibérica's Business Unit dedicated to the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of the Heparin molecule, will participate in the DCAT Week that takes place from March 19 to 22 in New York, with the objective of establishing strategic alliances and find new business opportunities in the US market. 

Hosted by the Drug Chemical and Associated Technologies (DCAT) association, this is the largest professional and business meeting of the American pharma industry, and includes high level meetings, networking sessions and educational programs. Its unique model brings industry CEOs, presidents, global marketing directors and supply chain managers from the entire pharmaceutical world. 

Heparin is the product in which Bioibérica has been specializing since its foundation in 1975, becoming the world leader in the production of this active pharmaceutical ingredient. Specifically, one out of every five doses of heparin administered worldwide is developed and manufactured in Spain by Bioibérica, which already has eight first process plants worldwide.

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