Canada’s Voyageur Pharmaceuticals Breaking a Chinese Monopoly
In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Jack Lifton spoke with Brent Willis, President and CEO of Voyageur Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (TSXV: VM) about Voyageur’s unique business model that makes them ‘extremely competitive’ in the medical imaging contrast media space.
In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Brent said that Voyageur has a high purity pharmaceutical grade barium sulfate deposit in Canada ,the kind of which is rarely found. Voyageur is creating a fully integrated domestic North American supply chain for both barium and iodine based contrast agents using its own natural supplies of barium sulfate and iodine. In the interview, Brent highlighted the shortage of high-quality natural barium sulfate in the global market that currently requires relying on just one Chinese company and explained how Voyageur is positioned to break the current monopoly in the market.
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About Voyageur Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Voyageur is a Canadian public company listed on the TSXV under the trading symbol VM. Voyageur is focused on the development of barite and iodine Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) and high-performance cost-effective imaging contrast agents for the medical radiology marketplace. Voyageur’s goal is to initially generate positive cash flow from operations using third party GMP pharmaceutical manufacturers in Canada and internationally. Ultimately, Voyageur has plans to build all the required infrastructure to become 100% self-sufficient with all manufacturing. Voyageur owns a 100% interest in three barium sulfate (barite) projects including the Frances Creek property, suitable in grade for the pharmaceutical barite marketplace, with interests in a high-grade iodine, lithium & bromine brine project located in Utah, USA.
Voyageur is moving forward with its business plan of becoming the only fully integrated company in the radiology medical field, by controlling all primary input costs under the motto of: “From the Earth to the Bottle”.
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