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China’s Pilot Program Opens Door to Contract Drug Manufacturing

Fresh off launching our company at the CPhI Worldwide Congress in Madrid in October, PaizaBio began business development efforts as the aseptic CMO partner of choice for Western pharmaceutical companies seeking to expand their presence in the burgeoning…


China’s only “sterile university” prepares to welcome students in March 2016

China’s pool of workers qualified to manufacture sterile injectable drugs to the highest levels of cGMP quality is about to expand significantly. In March 2016, the Trans-Pacific Aseptic Institute of Training® (TPA-IT) will welcome its first class of…


News from CPhI: Global Premier of PaizaBio’s BAO-Gong® and TPA-IT® Sterile University

We made it to Madrid for CPhI Worldwide on Sunday, less a couple of posters. We are kicking off the pharmaceutical industry’s largest trade show with two free educational seminars on Tuesday, October 13. Take a look: Session…


The PaizaBio Channel Launches on YouTube

Many, many years ago, when one of our executives was a college student, she sold sofas in a furniture store. People could choose from more than 100 fabric samples. The sofa purchased most often? The brown one they…


Shaofeng Huang: Achieving Western Pharmaceutical Standards in China

I met Shaofeng Huang seven years ago while CEO of OsoBio, a U.S. aseptic fill-and-finish CMO. A mutual friend suggested we connect because our businesses were similar, albeit half a world away. Intrigued by the opportunity, Shaofeng traveled…


Healthcare Reform with Chinese Characteristics

A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that since China’s modern founding in 1949, the Chinese government has undertaken three distinct phases of reform of their healthcare system reflective of their economic orientation at…


CHINA: Western Pharma, Are You Fit for Local Business?

That’s a question every Western pharmaceutical company currently eyeing China’s growing drug market seriously needs to ask themselves. It’s a question posed by Bain & Company a year ago in an article titled Embracing China’s Brave New Pharmaceutical…


What’s in a Name

Naming a company is a tricky thing. The wrong name can sink you. The right name can ignite the imagination and interest of potential clients. If you’re really spot on, your name and graphic identity will create an immediate understanding of what you’re about.