Pharmaceutical firm Open Orphan’s (LON: ORPH) share price is gaining on Wednesday after the company revealed its office on Breda, Netherlands, had won a new contract.
The contract is worth €900,000 and is for clinical trial management with an existing customer.
Cathal Friel, Executive Chairman of Open Orphan, said: “This new contract win demonstrates the ongoing and continued success of our Breda office which continues to sign multiple contracts and only those close to £1 million and above are announced.
“Our Breda office is getting more and more integrated with our London business, and the entire Open Orphan group is excelling as the global leader in the testing of vaccines, anti-virals and other infectious disease therapeutics.”
Open Orphan also announced it has completed the acquisition of CHIMagents Limited. CHIMagents assists companies in the design, manufacture and testing of challenge agents for use in challenge studies.
Open Orphan’s share price is currently trading at 26.5p, up 4.95%.
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