SOMERSET, N.J., Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nostrum Laboratories Inc. ("Nostrum"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nostrum Pharmaceuticals, LLC and a fully-integrated specialty pharmaceutical company principally engaged in the development and commercialization of Highly Specialized, Difficult to Formulate, Controlled Release generic and branded drugs, announced today that it has acquired certain assets from a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. ("Sun Pharma"), including its liquids and semi-solids manufacturing facility in Bryan, Ohio, related products and the unit's employees. Nostrum also acquired additional products from Sun Pharma's wholly-owned subsidiaries, which products will be manufactured for Nostrum under separate agreement. Sun Pharma will transition all sales and marketing responsibilities for the aforementioned products to Nostrum. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
In connection with the transaction, Nostrum purchased the facility in Bryan where Nostrum will manufacture the related products which it acquired from Sun Pharma and plans to develop and commercialize products there in conjunction with its manufacturing facilities in Kansas City, Missouri and its affiliate's research and development center in Mumbai, India.
Commenting on the asset purchase Nostrum Chairman and CEO Nirmal Mulye, Ph.D. said "We are pleased to complete this transaction with Sun Pharma and believe this acquisition strengthens our revenue base and ensures that we fulfill our organic growth initiatives."
Sun Pharma's CEO for N. America, Kal Sundaram, added, "This transaction is a winning proposition for all parties as Nostrum Labs will continue to grow the Bryan facility through the introduction of new products, thus ensuring the continued employment of the employees at Bryan. Further, Sun Pharma will benefit from the collaboration with Nostrum Labs on product development opportunities in the future."
Nostrum and its parent are engaged in the formulation and commercialization of specialty pharmaceutical products and controlled-release, orally-administered, branded and generic drugs. Pharmaceutical companies are increasingly utilizing controlled-release drug delivery technologies to improve therapy. These technologies allow for the development of "patient-friendly" dosage forms, which reduce frequency of drug administration, thus improving patient compliance. Controlled-release pharmaceuticals can be especially beneficial for certain patient populations, such as the elderly, who often require several medications with differing dosing regimens. Nostrum has a rich portfolio of filed Intellectual Property. Nostrum's rich portfolio is supported by research and development in India through its affiliate, Enem Nostrum Remedies Pvt. Ltd.
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SOURCE Nostrum Laboratories Inc.