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Pattern recognition software leverages historian data to automate information gathering for plant engineers and managers
What leading companies are doing to drive holistic improvements across their complex supply chains.
A “must-have” for compliance, serialization may help pharma’s wallet
New therapeutics require an error-free, integrated approach to manufacture, shipment and storage
Many new facilities are designed for flexibility, combined with low-cost, highly efficient manufacturing
Serialization and regulatory compliance strategies pharmaceutical manufacturers should consider when addressing drug supply chain security
Impending serialization regulations are driving trends in pharma
What we are seeing now is something beyond collaboration; it’s the idea of federated networks
Packaging does much more than serve as a place for the label
With Pharma EXPO just two months away, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing discusses the challenges of today's quickly changing packaging systems with Jerry Martin, pharmaceutical and life sciences consultant to PMMI, The Association of Packaging and Processing Technologies.
The pharmaceutical industry is well positioned to improve adherence by focusing on formulations, simplified dosing regimens and packaging improvements.
Up to half the cost of many supply chains lurks ignored and unmanaged; much of that cost can be eliminated by applying lean manufacturing techniques.
Serialization looms large as new technologies prove to be worth their salt
With a complete understanding of processes and test methods, sub-visible particles and bacterial endotoxins can be reduced to acceptable levels.
Pharma’s all-star technology leaders are swinging for the fences
Companies implementing smart manufacturing often find themselves awash in data; manufacturing data store concepts can turn these raw numbers into actionable information
Motivating and sustaining quality improvements at scale
As the pharma industry undergoes significant change, spending for innovative equipment and technologies is escalating to meet new demands
Pharmaceutical manufacturers are eliminating the use of paper batch records in favor of electronic batch recording and Manufacturing Execution Systems
Parenteral drug manufacturers are sharpening capabilities and coming into their own
How equipment manufacturers are meeting the needs of biopharmaceutical companies with new concepts
The pharma industry is exploring the use of the Electronic Product Code Information Service to help meet the immediate and long-term requirements of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act
Pharma equipment suppliers are serving up much-needed solutions
How pharma companies are tapping into the capabilities of Product Lifecycle Management tools to address the product and process data challenge
The key to creating an optimal implementation strategy is to select a serialization solution that has strong capabilities at all levels of technology