About Us

Life Science Outsourcing, Inc. (LSO) was founded by our President & CEO in July of 1997 with the sole purpose of providing contract manufacturing services to entrepreneurial start up medical device companies. Initially we started with our core competency of Medical Device Manufacturing, and since then we have built multiple capabilities, added new services and expanded our operations. To further align ourselves to our customer needs, we have created internal divisions for each category of our services. Over the years we have evolved to become a provider of "regulated services" to a highly regulated medical device industry.

Why We Exist:

  • In 1997 we saw the potential of Medical Device Contract Manufacturing. There was a gap in meeting the needs of startup medical device companies and we were poised to fill it.
  • The concept of a one-stop shop for "regulated services" would greatly enhance value for our target market, but was / is rarely ever truly implemented. This is why we built our specialized capabilities - to provide customers with comprehensive turnkey solutions.

Who We Serve:

  • LSO was designed to cater primarily to start-ups and mid-sized companies. Over the years we have had the pleasure of working with over 200 start-ups and numerous other companies of varying sizes. Many were acquired by large corporations and some grew to be successful businesses in their own right. Every LSO client has equal access to our resources, services and staff. In short we are built to be your company away from your company.

What We Do:

At LSO, we believe that business is based upon long-term relationships and quality work, not short-term profits. We work hard to insure the continuing success of our customers, because...

"Your Success (is) Our Objective".

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