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Piramal Pharma Solutions CEO On Building ‘Symbiotic’ Preferred Partnerships

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The Indian contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) Piramal Pharma Solutions (PPS) expects to grow its pool of “preferred partnerships” that includes a mix of both biotechs and large pharma. In an interview with Scrip, CEO Vivek Sharma outlined the value of such “symbiotic” relationships and how PPS is focused on quality as a culture rather than purely limiting it to inspection clearance and product approvals.

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