December 3, 2019 – Asymchem Laboratories (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (SHE: 002821. SZ, “Asymchem”) entered into a strategic cooperation agreement with Taizhou EOC Pharma (“EOC”). The signing ceremony was attended by CEO Dr. Xiaoming Zou, SVP Deepak Hegde, Director Dr. Jin Guan of the Project Management Department from EOC and COO Ms. Rui Yang, VP Jianbo Yang, VP Xian Zhang, VP Tao Yang, along with the technology and business development team from Asymchem. Both sides will work closely in the field of APIs, formulation and other businesses to achieve a mutually beneficial situation and promote the high quality development of innovative drugs.
Singing Ceremony of Asymchemand EOC
With over 20 years’ commitment in the industry, Asymchem has deep expertise in green pharmaceutical technology, as well as world leading resources and professional team. Under the agreement, Asymchem will provide support to EOC for technology development, production, registration, regulatory affairs, and other aspects for its candidate drug discovery projects.
“Asymchem’s philosophy of “The customer always comes first”, is widely recognized by global clients as well as its continued R&D progress, strict quality management, flexible business model and superior quality products. I am confident that the collaboration between the two companies will be mutually beneficial”, said Ms. Yang.
“EOC has been focusing on the development and commercialization of innovative anti-cancer drugs for many years. As a critical link of new drug discovery, CMC is not only the premise of successful clinical trials, but also the foundation to achieve new drug approval for commercialization. The collaboration with Asymchem will accelerate our research and development process and also help to explore more areas for business opportunities”, said Dr. Xiaoming Zou, CEO of EOC Pharma.
Asymchem and EOC are excited to improve their service offerings, provide clients with effective solutions for drug research,development and production to meet the diversified needs of customers.
Asymchem and EOC guests