Theorem opens clinical supplies facility in Frankfurt, Germany

The expansion will offer both ambient and refrigerated storage space

The cGMP facility is located near Frankfurt Airport in Germany

Theorem Clinical Research, a global contract research organisation (CRO) headquartered in King of Prussia, PA in the US, will open a new, state-of-the-art clinical supplies facility in Frankfurt, Germany, in June.

The current good manufacturing practice (cGMP)-compliant facility will triple Theorem’s current clinical supplies capacity, offering space for 2,700m2 of ambient (15–25°C) and refrigerated (2–8°C) space. The facility is located near Frankfurt Airport, a major transportation hub.

Theorem packages, labels, stores, distributes and reclaims pre-randomised study drugs and medical devices for studies worldwide. The company also provides qualified person services, as well as temperature-controlled transport and logistics solutions, to facilitate the supply of global clinical trials.

The company says the new facility will strengthen current practices — such as its 24/7/365 storage, continuous monitoring and backup — and provides space for future expansion.

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