Singota Solutions is a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) focused on moving products through the drug development pipeline faster—with agility, accountability, and transparency. Our goal is to collaborate with our clients and provide customized services to meet their needs and hit their milestones faster.
Our gloveless, robotic aseptic filling workcell provides a state-of-the-art filling process for manufacturing injectable therapies into vials, syringes, or cartridges. Advantages of our aseptic filling service include rapid access to our line with standard, ready-to-use components and the potential to reduce line losses as compared to traditional manufacturing capabilities. Singota also provides customized solutions for formulation development, supply chain/materials management, analytical testing, and finishing services.
Singota’s shorter lead times, dedicated team of experts, and single site location mean your project will receive focus and speed while never compromising quality, whether you are a virtual or large pharmaceutical company.
4320 W Zenith Drive
Bloomington, IN 47404
Contact: Erika Morris
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