1. CPhI, India, Dec 1-3, 2006. CLL is exhibiting at CPhI
to be held at Mumbai. CLL’s focus in this
event is to provide a consistent & compliant outsourcing partner to
pharmaceutical manufacturers for analytical outsourcing. Outsourcing of stability studies
& analytical part of CTD/DMF submissions can provide huge savings
while meeting your requirements for performance and timelines. Visit
us at stall E50, Hall 6, CPhI (CMP), Mumbai.
2. World Standards Day, 14 Oct
2006. In a recent seminar on World
Standards Day, CLL emphasized the need for standards for Small &
Medium Establishments. Aligned to this year’s slogan of ISO, the
seminar, organized by Bureau of Indian Standards, attracted over 150 SMEs.
3. PABORD, London, 13
CLL received an enthusiastic response to its exhibition at PABORD 2006,
held on Excel grounds. This marks CLL's foray
into the UK
market. Several pharmaceutical majors of UK short-listed CLL as a
potential partner for analytical outsourcing. Several of these audits are
in progress and are expected to yield results by mid next year.
4. CLL’s new laboratory at Panchkula (India), 1 October 2006
Due to the
growing need for more space, CLL has recently moved into new facilities
at Panchkula (Haryana, India). The new facilities,
twice the size of previous one, are geared to growing pharmaceutical
belt in northern India.
5. Vapi (India),
1 September 2006.
CLL's Clinical Research facility for conducting Bio-availability
and Bio-Equivalence Studies is ready to go-live. CLL is scouting for
strategic partners and opportunities to take the facility to next
level. The facility is equipped with the two CPUs, one clinical
laboratory and a bio-analytical laboratory. The facility is based at Vapi (2 hrs drive from Mumbai).
6. Two new
USFDA approved method validation
analytical facility has recently concluded two method validation
projects for a USFDA approved pharmaceutical client. In a recent USFDA
audit, the two CLL projects were cleared without any objections.
CLL’s Central Laboratory’s Food
Testing Division enhances its scope of ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, Jun
to cover most food products and beverages. The new scope includes
several contaminants – biological, natural toxins, agrochemical
residues and antibiotic residues.