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  • madashell82003 madashell82003 Feb 1, 2003 11:38 PM Flag

    Netcomhawk IDPH Inventory

    Netcomhawk.

    This is what I know of on IDPH's inventory. The $23 Million worth of inventory is for unconjugated monoclonal antibody, When it is conjugated , it's worth $46 Million dollars. This material is good for close to 3/4 of the year. When Bexxar starts selling their producta this year, the IDPH inventory (currently for $23M) could stretch out to one and half year.

    So, I still believe in your philosophy. David Sage thinks he knows IDPH business well. He seems not to know what is going on at Oceanside when he mentioned about the size of fermenters going in that facility. I have the first hand knowledge of that facility. What I lack Netcomhawk is your skill in financial aspect of the company and being able to read between the lines. I know IDPH well way back in 1991 and I was involved with them all the way to present. Sad to say that the people who played an important part in the company's present success in Rituxan had left. If you expect a repeat similar to Rituxan, I would doubt very much if it will ever happen again.

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    • this.

      U12haveaparty is pretty intelligent fellow. It looks he has the same opinion as few of us do:


      "UNFORTUNATEY, YES!! I was referring to :


      "The Producers," which was directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, tells the story of how a crooked producer, Max Bialystock, with the help of a wayward accountant, Leopold Bloom, sets out to swindle his investors by deliberately producing a flop show.


      This was also a 1960's movie with Zero Mostel As Max & Gene Wilder as Bloom
      You said it right

      The whole Oceanside plant is a Charade"

      Thanks U12haveaparty for your insight.

    • UNFORTUNATEY, YES!! I was referring to :


      "The Producers," which was directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, tells the story of how a crooked producer, Max Bialystock, with the help of a wayward accountant, Leopold Bloom, sets out to swindle his investors by deliberately producing a flop show.


      This was also a 1960's movie with Zero Mostel As Max & Gene Wilder as Bloom
      You said it right

      The whole Oceanside plant is a Charade

    • I don't remember stating that I "know" what's going on anywhere. I DO remember saying on here that I "imagine" that the biorectors in oceanside would be on the order of 10 or 12K liters. If you "know" they're larger, then you make my point even better than I was trying to about the potential of that facility. Also please now tell us how many production trains there will be in each suite and how many suites are planned for phases I and II of that project (please also tell me what post number you are referring to by finding the one with my "error" and replying to it, so we all know what you're talking about, since you've mentioned it a couple of times now, almost like you're harpin on it or something)

 
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