LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a leading sterile manufacturer in the pharmaceutical industry, today announced that its pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, was successfully inspected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which will allow Nexus to begin commercial operations.
The Pleasant Prairie facility, which spans more than 84,000 square feet, is equipped with state-of-the-art isolator technology and adheres to the highest current good manufacturing practice (CGMP) standards. The facility will produce a wide array of injectable medications, providing hospitals and clinicians access to safe, affordable, and critical-need medications.
"We are thrilled to receive the EIR for our Pleasant Prairie facility," said Usman Ahmed, President & Chief Executive Officer of Nexus Pharmaceuticals. "This is a major milestone for our company and reflects our commitments to reshoring sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing to the U.S. Looking ahead, we are now in an even stronger position to accelerate growth and drive innovation in our industry.”
The rigorous FDA approval process ensures that facilities meet strict safety and quality standards. Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. plans to manufacture a number of NDAs and ANDAs from the Wisconsin-based facility to bring innovative products as well as supply chain durability to the U.S. healthcare system. The leadership, regulatory, and business functions will remain in the Illinois headquarters facility.
Ahmed continued, "We are proud of our team's hard work and focus on achieving a successful inspection. This accomplishment is a testament to the expertise and dedication of our employees and our commitment to providing the highest quality medication to our customers."
For more information about the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, visit https://www.nexuspharma.net/our-facility.
About Nexus Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a U.S.-based healthcare company and certified diverse supplier, specializes in innovative processes to make difficult-to-manufacture specialty and generic drugs that are easier to use, less labor-intensive, and more streamlined in practice. Nexus ensures that its high-quality FDA-approved drugs fulfill a critical unmet medical need and deliver dependable life-saving treatment options when and where they’re needed most. For more information about Nexus Pharmaceuticals and its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Wisconsin, visit https://www.nexuspharma.net/project-tomorrow/.