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Innovations in materials and components play a critical role in protecting product quality
In pharma plants, age definitely matters.
How applying cleanroom standards to compressed air systems can provide clarity and reliability.
A leader in biotech explains what it’s like to do business in China, what challenges companies are up against and what kind of innovative solutions have been proven to work
What effects do X-ray inspection have on active pharmaceutical ingredient quality?
Acidic liquids could cause damage to equipment over time through corrosion, which will result in costly breakdowns and downtime without sufficient preventive measures.
New Jersey-based Heritage Pharmaceuticals is seeking damages from a Port of Virginia blunder that sent a container of its drugs toppling into the Elizabeth River.
Supply Chain: Transitioning from “forming and storming” to the desired “norming and performing” stages of project execution.
Why manufacturers are seeking alternative options to in-house preparation.
Exploring the benefits of cold-chain-as-a-service
ADC BIO’s innovative technology is helping to usher in oncology’s new age of therapeutic agents
McKesson Corp is back in the spotlight for opioid-related violations — this time involving rules under the 2013 Drug Supply Chain Security Act.
From new tech to innovative business models and shifting regulations, industry experts weigh in on what changes are coming down the pipeline.
Small, real-time measurements make large contributions to process analytical technology
In an environment characterized by increasingly demanding production requirements driven by machinery composed of numerous mechanical parts, choosing the most efficient plastics and sealing components is critical.
Boehringer Ingelheim will be cutting 327 jobs but also plans to create 32 new ones.
Since 2012, Pfizer's Hospira plant in Kansas has received eight FDA Form 483 citations.
Pharma companies can now become demand-driven, synchronizing supply to demand to optimize patient service levels, lower inventory levels, and reduce costs
Pharma faces an urgent need for new clinical product distribution and logistics standards
The increase in injectable biologic and biosimilar treatments is requiring a stronger focus on quality requirements with respect to how the drugs are packaged and delivered.
How data is changing pharma operations according to Daniele Iacovelli, Thibaut Dedeurwaerder, Parag Patel, Eoin Leydon, McKinsey & Company.
Using the data deluge for better decision-making on the plant floor