Bioserv Corporation located in San Diego, California is a boutique cGMP contract manufacturing organization (CMO) serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, life sciences, medical device, and diagnostic industries since 1988. Bioserv’s core competency is manual filling which allows them to be very flexible and capable of handling small to medium batches effortlessly.
Bioserv’s mission statement
Bioserv will strive for excellence to meet their client’s needs. They will take responsibility to meet those needs and to measure their success against all applicable regulations and standards as part of their dedication to maintain the effectiveness of their Quality Management System.
Bioserv Corporation was originally founded by Jeanne and Glenn Dunham in 1988 as a small boutique contract manufacturing organization (CMO) servicing the pharmaceutical, medical diagnostics, medical device, biotechnology, and life science reagents industries.
Today, Bioserv is a leading boutique contract manufacturing service provider with over 35,000 square feet of facilities whose core competencies are centered in aseptic and non-aseptic bulk formulation; filtration; filling; stoppering; lyophilization services; labeling; finished goods assembly; kitting and packaging; as well as controlled temperature storage and distribution services to support Pre-Clinical, Phase I and II Clinical Trial drug products, medical device reagents, medical diagnostic reagents and kits, and life science reagents. In addition, Bioserv’s project management and technology transfer services helps clients optimize their manufacturing timelines and schedules to assure that manufacturing operations perform seamlessly and product is delivered on time.
Summary of Core Competencies:
-Aseptic & Non-Aseptic Liquid Filling
-Aseptic & Non-Aseptic Powder Filling
-Aseptic & Non-Aseptic Lyophilization
-Microfluidization & Emulsions
-Open Labeling Services
-Kitting & Finished Goods Packaging
-Blinding & Randomization Services
-Controlled Temperature Storage
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