Analytical method transfer laboratory for the pharmaceutical industry

Your needs: the transfer of analytical methods

What is analytical method transfer in the pharmaceutical industry?

The transfer of an analytical method is a process that consists in transferring a previously validated analytical method from a sending laboratory to a receiving laboratory. It also consists in ensuring the good control and application of the method in the receiving laboratory.

Why transfer analytical methods in the pharmaceutical industry?

During the development of a drug, it is mandatory to analyze the intermediate pharmaceutical products as well as the finished products. Thus, it is often necessary to transfer these analysis to another laboratory (internal or outsourced). In these cases, FDA guidelines require that the method be formally transferred to the new location where the testing will take place. 

Our solutions: a tailor-made analytical method transfer protocol

Whether it is from your laboratory or to your laboratory, FILAB applies customized protocols according to your analytical method transfer needs. From the specifications to the training of analysts on site, including the drafting of a clear and efficient protocol in accordance with regulatory standards, we support our clients at every stage of the process.

Why FILAB for the transfer of your analytical methods?

FILAB laboratory is COFRAC ISO 17025 accredited and works according to GMP. Our specialized doctors and engineers are dedicated to your case from start to finish and are available at any time to answer your questions. We guarantee the quality and reliability of our results and offer you sustainable solutions.

Finally, the FILAB laboratory is an approved Training Organization (CIR) and therefore offers you customized training courses.


The positive aspects of FILAB

  • A highly qualified team

  • Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests

  • A complete analytical park of 2100m²

  • Tailor-made support

Clément BOENARD Head of Inorganic Chemistry Department
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