Choosing the Right Outsourcing Partner: 7 Reasons Why Not to Work with a Contract Manufacturing Organisation

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Choosing a new contract manufacturing organisation (CMO) is not a decision to be entered into lightly. From identifying the outsourcing need  to  technology transfer, this  complex process  involves  collaborative decision making  with all stakeholders, from the head of contract manufacturing  to the  finance  manager  to the marketing director.  In particularly tough economic times, it has never been more important for CMOs need to demonstrate that they are flexible, able to adjust quickly to new regulatory demands and competitive products, whilst delivering to tight timeframes and budgets.


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