Acquisition allows FHI Clinical to expand its share of the infectious disease (ID) clinical development market and become dominant service provider in sub-Saharan Africa.
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA — FHI Clinical Inc. announces today its intent to acquire Triclinium Clinical Development Proprietary Limited (TCD), a full-service, South African-based CRO and a subsidiary of EOH, one of the largest technology services companies in Africa. With this transaction, FHI Clinical will employ more than 425 global staff representing 12 countries.
About FHI Clinical
FHI Clinical is a full-service contract research organization (CRO) with the global expertise, responsive approaches and proven solutions to manage complex clinical research around the world. Benefitting from our 50+ year history of clinical research, our global team has worked on studies in more than 70 countries. As problem solvers, forward thinkers and on-the-ground members of those communities, we are dedicated to helping you find solutions to the research challenges that have kept life-saving therapies from at-risk populations. Visit fhiclinical.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.321.3321 to learn how we can put our diverse clinical and operational expertise to work for you.
EOH is one of the largest technology services companies in Africa and has a wide range of solutions in Industry Consulting, IT Services, Software, Industrial Technologies and Business Process Outsourcing. The Group continues to be an undisputed market leader in its core ICT businesses, which operate principally under the iOCO brand name. The nature of this business is systemic to both the public and private sector and is an integral technology partner for a number of South Africa’s leading JSE-listed, blue-chip companies as well as key metros and government departments. Its other business, NEXTEC, collaborates with world-leading technology providers to design, implement and manage intelligent value-adding infrastructure and people solutions that make a positive and lasting impact. The Group’s more than 6000 employees deliver services to over 5,000 enterprise customers across all major industries throughout South Africa, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. As a proudly South African business, EOH is committed to sustainable transformation, making a positive, meaningful contribution to society, and is a Level 1 Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) contributor.