LabCorp and Envigo in Acquisition Deal

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LabCorp®, a leading global life sciences company that is deeply integrated in guiding patient care, and Envigo, a leading provider of nonclinical contract research services and research models, announced that LabCorp’s Covance Drug Development segment will acquire Envigo’s nonclinical research services business and Envigo’s Research Models Services business will acquire the Covance Research Products business. This will result in Envigo becoming a pure-play research models and services business, while Covance will expand its global nonclinical drug development capabilities.

This unique transaction is part of our strategy to transform drug development, strengthening Covance’s ability to offer comprehensive global nonclinical research services to the biopharma industry. Together, we are taking a creative and collaborative approach to early-stage research, which demonstrates LabCorp’s commitment to providing clients with innovative solutions that will ultimately improve health and improve lives,

said David P. King,
chairman and CEO of LabCorp.

This landmark agreement will provide an enhanced experience to our valued customers across both segments of our company and closely aligns with our vision to work together to build a healthier and safer world. We are excited to welcome the team members who will be joining our expanded research models and services entity and for our colleagues who will become important contributors to one of the world’s most innovative and respected contract research organizations. As a result of the multi-year strategic supply collaboration, we look forward to partnering with our colleagues at Covance to advance critical, life-enhancing research,

said Dr. Adrian Hardy,
president and CEO of Envigo.

The proposed transactions are subject to labor consultations, regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions, and are expected to close within two months.

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