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Particle Processing Company Expands With New Innovation Center In Missouri

Particle Dynamics, a particle processing company that offers a unique collection of products, technologies and dose manufacturing services, recently expanded with a new, state-of-the-art Product and Process Innovation Center, in St. Louis, Missouri.

“The completion of our Product and Process Innovation Center marks a major milestone in providing innovative solutions for our customers,” said Chad Dykes, Vice President of Technical Operations. “This new center is the latest in our journey to create a more integrated and agile development process. By consolidating development and manufacturing operations under the same leadership, we will move faster through the development, scale-up and commercialization of solutions for our customers.

The innovation center includes development laboratories and pilot-scale processing rooms housing technologies in Spray Drying, Microencapsulation, Continuous Granulation, and Solid Dosage Form Development. Designed for a fully integrated and seamless transition of new products to commercial scale, the new innovation center will streamline process development and enable more rapid commercialization of products.

“This investment is fully aligned with our Vision to provide a fully integrated portfolio of products and services to the global Healthcare industry,” said Nicolas Fortin, CEO at Particle Dynamics. “Having advanced technologies such as spray drying, microencapsulation, granulation, and advanced dosage form development under one roof will enable us to more rapidly respond with the right technical solutions to meet the needs of our customers.”

For more information on why Missouri could be a prime location to launch or grow your business, contact our CEO, Subash Alias, at 314.932.3973 or via our contact form. We’d be happy to answer your questions and show you how Missouri Partnership can help with your business expansion, collaboration, and investment needs.

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