A single vendor offers access to a network of experts across several disciplines who can share knowledge about a project as it moves from phase to phase, thus helping to navigate its path toward commercial success. Following a CPhI North America panel about single-source CDMOs, Paul Nelson, vice president of supply chain and R&D at Amring Pharmaceuticals, discusses his experience with single-source CDMOs.
To meet therapy production demands, the industry needs to have the right capacity, in the right locations. Increasingly, single-use technologies are being seen as flexible and cost-effective solutions.
Consultants play a critical role in ensuring the long-term success of small biopharmaceutical companies, though much of their work happens behind the scenes. From lifecycle planning to marketing advice, consultants help fill gaps in knowledge while having their fingers on the pulse of new production strategies that might be a fit for clients.
The growth in outsourcing is one strategy life science innovators are pursuing to address the evolving pharma landscape; however, should a sponsor company seek the traditional route of utilizing multiple partners across the supply chain or does an integrated CDMO offer a more efficient and faster path to commercialization?
This article explains how using an Octet-based Fc receptor panel may help developers achieve a faster assessment of monoclonal antibody functionality, well before the final molecule is selected.
In the pharmaceutical industry, “technology transfer” refers to the processes that are needed for successful progression of stages ranging from drug discovery, product development, clinical trials to full-scale commercialization or it is the transfer between development and commercialization at different sites within or outside an organization.
The $330 bn global sterile market is expected to reach $525 bn by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 11% -with North America contributing 48% while APAC is expected to record highest CAGR of 13%.
A commercial stage medical technology company has developed SMART Softgels featuring a special shell to release quickly while still preventing evaporative loss during and after manufacturing.
Almac has developed a flexible paediatric dosage form consisting of minitablets filled into stickpacks using a robust manufacturing and filling process suitable for routine commercial manufacture.
Manufacturing of biological and small molecule drug products is on the rise, and more often than not, generation of stability data and getting product released for clinical trials are on the critical path to approval. Emergent Camden not only understands that, but delivers quality product in timelines significantly shorter than other contract manufacturers.