Hovione enters partnership with Zerion Pharma

A partnership between global contract manufacturer Hovione and Zerion Pharma is a validation of the company’s technology that can increase the solubility of oral drugs, says the latter company’s CEO, Ole Wiborg, who is pleased about acquiring a global partner committed to delivering a number of projects.

Ole Wiborg, CEO of Zerion Pharma | Photo: Zerion Pharma/PR

Zerion Pharma, which is focused on improving existing drugs’ effect by increasing the solubility of oral medications, has entered a strategic partnership with Hovione, which is a global contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) dealing with generic drugs.

The partnership’s purpose is to penetrate the global market, and CEO at Zerion Pharma Ole Wiborg hopes that the company’s technology can be spread out to the entire world with the new partner in hand.

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