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Aesica appoints operations director
Anthony Higham joins from GSK
24-04-2008: Aesica announced the appointment of Anthony Higham as Operations Director. Anthony will join the company from GlaxoSmithKline where he was a Divisional Technical Head within Global Manufacturing & Supply.
Anthony has more than 20 years global experience in the pharmaceutical industry across a range of disciplines including engineering, logistics, operations management and consultancy. As Divisional Technical Head, Regional Pharma Supply at GSK, he was responsible for all technical operations across 29 sites supplying more than 120 international markets. Previously Anthony held the positions of Director, Performance Management - Operational Excellence at GSK and Director, Sourcing and Portfolio Management at SmithKline Beecham.
At Aesica, Anthony will be responsible for operations across the Company's three manufacturing sites in Northumberland, Enfield and Queenborough in the UK. The sites provide primary and secondary manufacturing capabilities and supply many of the world's top ten pharmaceutical companies, emerging life science companies and generic manufacturers.
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