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Supply chain collaboration is underleveraged in the pharmaceutical industry. Other sectors have put more focus on managing their supply chain, but most of pharma’s collaboration efforts still center on the commercial side.
The high risk involved with biopharmaceuticals means there are high demands placed on the hygienic design of bioprocessing equipment. Instrument connections on equipment are a known challenge in preventing process contamination, especially when they aren’t properly installed or maintained.
In this eBook we explore issues surrounding how drug manufacturers and contract organizations have shared a mutually beneficial relationship for decades in the pharmaceutical industry and will no doubt continue to do so for years to come.
As pharma companies look more and more to biologics for their next potential blockbusters, they must face the challenges surrounding these products' scientific complexity and sophisticated development.
The Best of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing eBook is a collection of the most-read feature articles from 2016, chosen by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing digital audience. Best of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 2016 eBook.
Pharma’s leaders continue to pursue success through a strategy of careful capital expenditure investment with an eye on increased capacity, speed and efficiency in their facilities.
Once viewed as a mundane part of the business, primary packaging of pharmaceuticals has morphed into a hotbed of creativity.
Parenteral drugs are taking a strong position alongside the more established oral solid dose forms and are quickly coming into their own
Even though the pharmaceutical industry is approaching what most analysts say is the tail end of the patent cliff tumble, the industry is still under pressure to develop strategies to stay profitable in what looks to be a new, non-blockbuster-reliant era.
How pharma's most mature dosage form is fine-tuning itself to stay relevant
Pharma’s Top CMOs are playing to their strengths, toning operations and flexing their technical muscles in an effort to compete.
The current state of quality testing programs within pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical operations
Biopharma R&D spending by PhRMA members grew from $2 billion in 1980 to some $51.6 billion in 2013. While no one’s crystal ball can exactly predict where the industry is headed, it is clear that Biopharma is soaring.
Pharma’s operational excellence is being fueled by increased capital spending.
Pharmaceutical packaging plays a critical role in ensuring the efficient distribution and safe consumption of the world’s drug supply.
Contract service companies are emerging as the industry's prime movers, tasked with providing the industry with a growing list of increasingly complex services, from early stage formulation to the heavy lifting of generic tablet manufacture.
When it comes to the biologics product development lifecycle, information management is an imperative that cannot be ignored.
This white paper explains the many different factors — some obvious and some not so obvious — that determine the cost of robot ownership.
As outsourced business models continue to pick up steam, updating strategies and technologies for managing quality and compliance is essential.
If behavior often speaks volumes, then the pharmaceutical industry is saying a lot lately in the way that it is responding to the social and economic forces that affect its markets and the potential commercial success of the drugs they develop and deliver around the world.
The challenges to securing pharma's global supply chain are complex, but you can respond and anticipate threats with a smart strategy backed by integrated technologies.
It would be foolish to underestimate the risk associated with aseptic drug processing. Drug safety, secure uninterrupted supply, as well as regulatory imperatives dictate that drug makers create intensive and verifiable systems to assure sterility in aseptic processing environments.
Seeking Agile, Excellent Oral Solid Dose Operations
This white paper discusses the benefits of connecting the supply chain to your quality system, how to alleviate security concerns, and how to manage supplier performance.