Helsinn Advanced Synthesis SA

Helsinn Advanced Synthesis SA

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Helsinn Advanced Synthesis SA develops and manufactures APIs, HPAPIs, and Anticancer compounds for third parties on an exclusive basis. A wide range of reactors allows batch size flexibility with full analytical support. For HPAPI and Anticancers, containment technologies have been engineered for handling of products. Our cGMP facilities in Biasca, Switzerland have been successfully approved by the Swiss and European authorities, US FDA (No 483s) and PMDA.



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Sales markets Western Europe; Asia; North America
Primary business activity Distributor; Manufacturer; Service
Affiliated categories: Finished Dosage Forms More

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5 nov 2019

CPhI Worldwide 2019

5-7 November 2019 Frankfurt, Germany Visit us at stand 80C40 Book a meeting See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List

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30 apr 2019

CPhI North America 2019

30 April - 2 May 2019 Chicago, USA We were at stand 1332 See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List
18 mar 2019

CPhI Japan 2019

18 - 20 March 2019 Tokyo, Japan We were at stand F-02 See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List
9 oct 2018

CPhI Worldwide 2018

9 - 11 October 2018 Madrid, Spain We were at stand 9C42 See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List

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Helsinn - Building quality cancer care together

16 Sep 2016

Helsinn - Building quality cancer care together

Helsinn Advanced Synthesis develops and manufactures compounds for clinical and commercial use in several containment classes: Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), Advanced Intermediates, High Potency APIs (HPAPIs) and Anticancer compounds. These compounds are manufactured for third parties on an exclusive basis, with a high level of service and with an innovative touch.

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