New Spain and Germany Field Sites Expand Charles River’s Agrochemical Services
March 1, 2012 - Charles River is delighted to announce the further expansion of field sites in Spain and Germany. These facilities augment our existing network of GLP- and GEP-accredited bases throughout the UK and Northern and Southern Europe and enhance our ability to support your agrochemical study or full program.
Through these sites, and long-established relationships we have with partners in Eastern and Central Europe, we can support the development of your agrochemical product with the full range of crops, soil types and weather conditions found across Europe. We take the same flexible, stepwise approach to the design of an individual study as we do with a full development program. Ensuring that technical challenges are kept to a minimum, we strive to maximize the value of your data at every stage.
Charles River has been serving the needs of the Agrochemical industry for more than four decades. During this time, our scientists have learned how to effectively satisfy and comply with the worldwide regulatory agencies. In addition to our broad regulatory experience and expert staff, these two new field sites in Spain and Germany help us better support your agrochemical study or program, providing the data required to bring new and existing active ingredients and formulations through the regulatory maze successfully.
If you have any questions about our Spain or Germany sites, or would like to inquire about contracting a study or program, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Charles River is delighted to announce the further expansion of field sites in Spain and Germany. These facilities augment our existing network of GLP- and GEP-accredited bases throughout the UK and Northern and Southern Europe and enhance our ability to support your agrochemical study or full program.
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