Pharm-Olam expands Clinical Trial Services to Kazakhstan

Pharm-Olam LLC. announces its successful expansion of clinical trial services into Kazakhstan.

May 30, 2013

HOUSTON, TX – Pharm-Olam International Ltd. a multi-national, full service provider of outsourced development services to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, announced its successful expansion of clinical trial services into Kazakhstan.

With international studies currently underway in Kazakhstan, Pharm-Olam has expanded its global reach as well as opportunities for its clients. “Our recent and ongoing efforts in Kazakhstan reaffirm our status as one of the leading service providers in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region. Our extensive experience and familiarity with these exciting and growing markets allows our customers to confidently expand their efforts into these regions while ensuring the highest quality results”, explained Eugene Barg, President of MB Quest (a member of the Pharm-Olam International group).

John Hovre, Chief Operating Officer at Pharm-Olam explained the company’s strategic vision for expanding further into the CIS region. “Our global model relies on experienced and talented country managers who are resident in their respective territory. They give us and our clients exceptional insight and patient access throughout the drug approval process, no matter where the study is located around the globe.”

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About Pharm-Olam International

Pharm-Olam International is a global contract research company with a presence in over 40 countries, offering a wide range of comprehensive, clinical research services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. From Phase I to Phase IV, Pharm-Olam focuses on delivering the highest quality data, achieving targeted enrollment, and meeting projected timelines.

About Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is the largest of the former Soviet republics, excluding Russia, and the country is rich in fossil fuel reserves as well as extensive mineral and metal resources. In 2002 Kazakhstan became the first country from the former Soviet Union to receive an investment-grade credit rating. In addition to its rapid growth and increasingly sophisticated urbanization, Kazakhstan is also home to the Baikonur Cosmodrome where all NASA astronauts travelling to the International Space Station are currently launched into orbit.

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