The Future of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Jun 27, 2013

According to a recent survey, global annual spending on pharmaceuticals is set to reach almost 1.2 trillion US dollars in 2016. The so-called pharmerging markets play an important role in this development. Growing population, rising incomes, and improved access to drugs are amongst the reasons for these markets reaching 30 per cent of global expenses by 2016. Jérôme Freissmuth at Robert Bosch GmbH explains how rapid development of emerging markets, progress in drug research, the rise in generics production, the availability of high-potency drugs, and innovations in manufacturing processes, will sustainably modify the global pharmaceutical landscape. [prettyfilelink src=”http://ipimediaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2-The-Future-of-Pharmaceutical-Manufacturing.pdf” type=”pdf”]The Future ...

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Disposable Filling Needles

Jun 27, 2013

For many years, biopharmaceutical production processes have been characterised by the cleaning and autoclaving processes of the existing systems, usually made of stainless steel. For some time, single-use systems have been making inroads more and more in the manufacturing companies involved in biotechnology. In almost all processes from upstream to downstream, to clean-up or storage, there are suppliers of disposable products nowadays who are placing their products on the market with a lot of success. Benedikt Knoch at Raumedic explores the ultimate user aims of reducing the cleaning and sterilisation processes. [prettyfilelink src=”http://ipimediaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/1-Disposable-Filling-Needles.pdf” type=”pdf”]Disposable Filling Needles[/prettyfilelink] ...

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