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Japanese CRO Support Firm SRD Acquires Expartner Japan

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Tokyo-based Japanese contract research organization support company SRD acquires Expartner Japan, a Tokyo-based consulting company for outsourcing medical devices and related regulatory affairs. SRD has acquired 80 percent of EPJ shares. Through the acquisition, SRD hopes to develop a synergy by combining EPJ's expertise in medical devices, related regulatory affairs and approval application support, with its own business in CRO and site management organization support, as well as good laboratory practices testing facilities. According to SRD, the company hopes the synergy will bear fruit to a whole process support system to serve both domestic and overseas medical device makers. Along with a strengthened device support business, SRD also plans to enter the regenerative medicine support business area. (Click here for more - Japanese language

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