Quintiles to move to new European HQ in 2011

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Green Park, Reading, UK
Green Park, Reading, UK

Related tags: Customer service, Customer, Contract research organization

Quintiles will move its European HQ to a new site that CEO Dennis Gillings says is a big step forward for the CROs ability to serve global customers.

The 120,000 sqft facility, in Green Park, Reading in the UK, is designed to allow sponsors and employees at trial sites worldwide to collaborate as quickly and easily as if they were in the same building.

Dr Gillings said that: “Customers are facing an increasingly complex set of challenges,” adding that “to help our customers succeed in this new landscape; we are constantly looking at how we can raise our game around team work, customer service and quality three of our core values​.”

The site is within half an hour of the Heathrow airport and close to the contract research organisation’s (CRO) recently​ expanded Phase I translational medicine facility at Guy’s Hospital in London.

Quintiles is expected to complete its move to the facility sometime next year.

Related topics: Clinical Development, Phase I-II

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