ABOUT AUTOMATED SYSTEMS OF TACOMA
Since 1965, AST has been delivering innovative solutions – many of which were industry firsts and have since become industry standards. AST has always understood that our customers serve demanding and oftentimes unpredictable markets. We also understand that “flexibility is the antidote to uncertainty,” and as your partner, AST consistently seeks to deliver innovative solutions that are robust, yet flexible. AST is a technology leader specializing in advanced aseptic filling and closing systems. Our focus is to provide innovative and flexible products that satisfy the most challenging product and regulatory requirements for the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industries. AST’s spectrum of products includes semi-automated to completely automated and integrated cGMP manufacturing systems for processing vials, syringes and cartridges. To discover more about our products please select a product category.
How Robotics Offer New Answers To Today's Challenges In Pharma
We are proud to announce that AST president and CEO Joe Hoff will be a panelist in the upcoming webinar "Pharmaceutical industry: How robotics offer new answers to today's challenges," hosted by Staubli.
Bridging The Divide - Streamline The Process Development & Tech Transfer Process
Preparing drug products for tech transfer can be a daunting task. Traditional process development practices tend to be labor intensive, difficult to scale to a manufacturing environment, and gathering the critical process data to make informed decisions can be a challenge. This article describes how the advantages of AST's GENiSYS® system can streamline the tech transfer process by enabling efficient drug development activities and process data collection.
February 26 Webinar: Bringing Flexibility And Precision To Fill Injectables Using Robots
The upcoming 30-minute webinar presents an overview of the company’s mission and values, along with a detailed product overview highlighting how AST’s machines respond to the unique challenges found across a variety of filling applications.
Delivering Flexibility Without Complexity
Next generation drug products are more targeted and patient specific by nature causing batch sizes to be much smaller. This paradigm shift paves the way for more flexible manufacturing solutions.
Robotics, Isolators & Restricted Access Barrier Systems (RABS)
The aim of advanced aseptic processing is the elimination and absolute control of all sources of contaminations - most importantly, human generated contamination. Robotics and isolator-barrier systems will be the core technologies in meeting this endeavor.