PCAS Finland Oy Company Profile

19:42 EDT 20th March 2018 | BioPortfolio

PCAS Finland Oy has produced APIs since 1960, and it was the first company to produce active pharmaceutical ingredients in commercial quantities in Finland. Until June 2001, PCAS Finland Oy was an integral part of Leiras Oy, a Finnish pharmaceutical company, providing active pharmaceutical ingredients for pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
As of July 1st 2001, Leiras Oy spun off the fine chemicals operations into a separate company and started co-operation with the French company PCAS S.A. The fine chemicals business was transferred to Leiras Fine Chemicals Oy, a joint venture between Schering Oy and PCAS S.A.

As of February 28,2003, Leiras Fine Chemicals Oy changed its name to PCAS Finland Oy, and on June 18, 2004, PCAS Finland Oy became a 100% owned subsidiary of PCAS S.A.AS Finland Oy is a fine chemicals company specialised in the development and manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and advanced intermediates for the pharmaceutical industry. The company carries out its operations in FDA-inspected cGMP plant.


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TURKU, Finland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medicortex Finland Oy today announced that the first patient has been enrolled in the Phase 2 clinical trial of ProbTBI™ diagnostic kit for Traumatic ...

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A Study to Characterize Epidemiology, Clinical and Genetic Features of Kallmann Syndrome in Finland

Objective is to characterize epidemiology, clinical and genetic features of Kallmann syndrome in Finland.

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PCAS Finland Oy

PCAS Finland Oy has produced APIs since 1960, and it was the first company to produce active pharmaceutical ingredients in commercial quantities in Finland. Until June 2001, PCAS Finland Oy was an int...


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