Anyone who, like the pharmaceutical industry, operates in a multinational competitive environment with distinct distribution of tasks across global production locations will be particularly hard hit by external cross-border requirements that not only affect manufacturing, but also other key areas within a company.
Artesan Pharma Gmbh & Co. KG in Lüchow, Germany, demonstrates how an effective program of serialization, i.e. the traceability of medicines, can successfully be put into practice in today's pharmaceutical industry.
If you were to take a look at the criminal statistics of any given country, you would soon gather that counterfeits, imitations and fake products are on the rise among international criminal offences. Virtually all sectors have been affected; whether the electronics industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the automotive industry or the capital goods industry. It is an alarming development that has led governments and international organizations to draw up laws and measures against this growing crime.
Which parameters must pharmaceutical manufacturers take into account for scale-up? How can Quality by Design be introduced in the development phase?
Watch the webinar now to learn how an innovative approach can improve the clinical trial experience and move medicine forward.
In this webinar we discuss: What questions to ask in choosing the right sensor for your application, How to ensure a proper installation...
This webinar will cover multivariate data analysis applied to Raman data.
This webinar will cover the basic concepts in multivariate data analysis, with special emphasis on Process Control