FEBRUARY 1, 2023
Expansion in Scope of Projects Seen Across All CDMO Service Capabilities and Manufacturing Facilities; Addressing Evolving Customer Needs Through Customized Project Modifications
Existing Customer Wins Supplement Continued Momentum in Growing Business through Signing of New Customers
SAN DIEGO and GAINESVILLE, Ga., Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Societal CDMO, Inc. (“Societal CDMO”; NASD: SCTL), a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) dedicated to solving complex formulation and manufacturing challenges primarily in small molecule therapeutic development, today announced that it has signed more than $6 million in work orders with existing customers during the fourth quarter of 2022. These orders involve work spanning the company’s entire range of CDMO service offerings including tech transfer, formulation, manufacturing and fill/finish, among others. Notably, the projects involved will be conducted across all three of its manufacturing facilities in Georgia and California. The signing of these work orders with existing customers represents a key component of the company’s overall growth strategy, complementing its ongoing efforts to secure project wins with new customers.
“During the fourth quarter, our business development and operations teams have remained busy driving the continued growth of our CDMO business. While attention is often focused on the signing of new customers, it is important to highlight that expanding the relationships we have with existing customers is another key contributor to revenue generation,” said David Enloe, chief executive officer of Societal CDMO. “This breadth of recent program expansions and customized modifications highlights the trust that our customers have in Societal to meet their evolving contract development and manufacturing needs. Furthermore, it reinforces the significant value that is provided by both our full suite of CDMO capabilities as well as our bi-coastal presence, which are all being utilized in the execution of these work orders.”
About Societal CDMO
Societal CDMO (NASDAQ: SCTL) is a bi-coastal contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) with capabilities spanning pre-Investigational New Drug (IND) development to commercial manufacturing and packaging for a wide range of therapeutic dosage forms with a primary focus in the area of small molecules. With an expertise in solving complex manufacturing problems, Societal CDMO is a leading CDMO providing therapeutic development, end-to-end regulatory support, clinical and commercial manufacturing, aseptic fill/finish, lyophilization, packaging and logistics services to the global pharmaceutical market.
In addition to our experience in handling DEA controlled substances and developing and manufacturing modified-release dosage forms, Societal CDMO has the expertise to deliver on our clients’ pharmaceutical development and manufacturing projects, regardless of complexity level. We do all of this in our best-in-class facilities, which total 145,000 square feet, in Gainesville, Georgia and San Diego, California.
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Stephanie Diaz (Investors) Vida Strategic Partners 415-675-7401 firstname.lastname@example.org Tim Brons (Media) Vida Strategic Partners 415-675-7402 email@example.com Ryan D. Lake (CFO) Societal CDMO 770-531-8365 firstname.lastname@example.org