How a drug owner or developer can successfully of map out an effective, coherent, long-term manufacturing strategy.
This white paper explores five ways to increase energy efficiency in new and existing mixing processes.
Uniformly dispersing powders into a liquid batch in a practical amount of time is a common problem for F&B manufacturers. This white paper explores five tips for dispersing powders more efficiently.
Development of a drug formulation and lyophilization (freeze drying) process begins with laboratory experiments followed by scale up to larger lyophilizers.
The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a sea of change in recent years as manufacturers have adapted to the end of the era of large-volume production of mass-market blockbuster drugs. With firms now focusing in on subpopulations of patients, there is a need for lean, adaptable facilities that can switch quickly between multiple products in multiple formats. Modular facilities can meet this need. While not a panacea, for the right project characteristics, ‘Modularity in Design’ can deliver significant and quantifiable long-term value.
A common problem statement in the pharmaceutical industry is low oral bioavailability of drug candidates with poor aqueous solubility.
With the aim of reducing costs, Normon planned to significantly increase its batch sizes for certain products. The manufacturer needed to pay close attention to the high quality and safety standards and economic aspects, as well as flexible production sizes and times.