Top quality – qualified and released
Production of fine chemicals, raw materials and reference standards
Upon your request, we develop processes for high-value specialty products according to your required quality and quantity. You will benefit from ChemCon’s production concept that is specially designed for niche products. Cytotoxic substances and controlled substances can be handled safely at ChemCon.
Influenced by the GMP culture of our company, top quality production, quality control and documentation await your fine chemical projects.
ChemCon’s high-quality fine chemicals are valued worldwide. Applications including in-vivo and in-vitro diagnostics, provocation substances, sensors, technical material for medical research, reference standards, starting materials, intermediates, or as building blocks.
Depending on the status of your project we establish your synthesis at our production site in Freiburg, Germany, or develop a process for your fine chemical in our laboratories. ChemCon’s production facilities are optimized for production campaigns in small to medium batches. Commercially we manufacture products for an annual demand of < 100g to a few 100 kg.
Synthesis and qualification
ChemCon combines the expertise of a synthesis and analytical testing lab under one roof. This is of particular advantage for the synthesis and qualification of reference standards. ChemCon’s services for reference standards include:
- High-purity synthesis
- Development of, isolation, purification or enrichment of side products or impurities
- Comprehensive analysis and documentation
- Certificate of analysis (CoA)
GMP starting materials
The qualification of starting materials, especially key-starting materials for GMP manufacturing of APIs according to ICH Q7, is gaining increasing regulatory importance. GMP staring materials undergo strict documentation and quality control. ChemCon can synthesize important starting materials for you, if satisfactory sourcing with the required documentation is challenging. Our in-house quality control and quality assurance departments take care of documentation and release.