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Andrew Warmington

Manufacturing Editor

Andrew Warmington has been writing about pharmaceuticals and related industries since becoming editor of Speciality Chemicals Magazine in 2002. His particular area of expertise is in the C(D)MO drug substance and CRO markets, plus some on the regulatory side developed during an 18-month stint with Chemical Watch.

During this time, he has attended every CPhI Worldwide plus other key industry events, such as Informex/CPhI North America, DCAT Week and PharmaChem Outsourcing, where he has been a regular moderator of expert panels. He has also been a freelance proof-reader within the industry, notably for a major drug packaging company.

Andrew has a PhD in History, and speaks French and Spanish, plus just enough Italian to get by. In his spare time, he is a would-be true crime writer, a TV quiz veteran and a sad cricket fan who would happily hibernate when the season is over…

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