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Toyo forms bio-pharm business alliance with Middough  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Toyo Engineering Corp. (Toyo; Chiba, Japan; www.toyo-eng.co.jp) recently formed a business alliance with Middough Inc. (Cleveland, Ohio; www.middough.com), an engineering company with expertise in pharmaceuticals. The alliance will strengthen business development in bio-pharmaceuticals, which have particularly high market growth potential within pharmaceuticals, a field of focus for the company. Established in 1950, Middough has offices nationwide in the United States and a staff of more than 900. It operates a comprehensive engineering business in a wide range of fields, covering architecture, life science, Industrial, and process (such as chemical, oil & gas, and refining) businesses. Middough has particular strengths in designing facilities in the bio-pharmaceutical field for all stages from research laboratories to commercial production facilities and implementing  cGMPs (current Good Manufacturing Practices. It also boasts abundant experience in such biological fields as microorganisms, animal cells and vaccines. Toyo has experience with providing Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturers with technologies for building active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) multi-plants (high-mix, low-volume production), particularly for…
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