AMRI TO KICK OFF FALL EVENTS SCHEDULE AT CHEMOUTSOURCING

GINA ROTHE | September 10, 2014

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AMRI will be jumping into its autumn schedule of events, starting with the 2014 ChemOutsourcing show, which is the largest U.S.-based API show attracting 700-800 chemists annually from the pharmaceutical, biotech, and chemical industries. From September 15-18, AMRI representatives are available to chat more about our offerings and expand on some of our recent business moves. Please make sure to contact us for a meeting or drop by our booth (#85) to find out more.

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