Intelligent sorbents can save “6-12 months of development”

By Nick Taylor

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The use of intelligent sorbents to improve product stability can save companies six to 12 months of development and boost revenues, according to Adrian Possumato, global director at Multisorb.

In an interview at Interphex 2009 Possumato discussed how the sorbent market had changed in recent years and what Multisorb had done to adapt to clients’ changing needs. This has led to the development of the “Calculations through Operations” service.

Looking ahead Possumato said that although companies’ pipelines look weak the creation of new technologies and the rise of biotech are replenishing them, giving him reason to be positive about the future.

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