Step into the new continuous production era
Continuous manufacturing in the pharmaceutical industry
In the pharmaceutical industry, it is time to get serious about continuous production processes. After extensive research and development, continuous manufacturing is leaving the trial phase and getting ready for commercial deployment. Continuous production in compact, contained units that provide a high level of automation and require reduced manual intervention will pay off by delivering a wide range of benefits. Companies are seeing record results in record time: reduced variability; higher yields; increased profitability; and lower operating, inventory, and capital costs. With asset utilization rates around 30 to 40 percent and time scales of a month or even two months to manufacture a product that could be made in two days, today’s batch processes will soon seem anachronistic. It is time to step into the new era of continuous production.
Continuous production becomes reality
With continuous manufacturing, pharmaceutical processes can reach a new level of productivity. Many leading companies in the pharmaceutical industry are currently leveraging the potential of continuous production and are introducing continuous manufacturing into their facilities.
Continuous partners for continuous production innovation
Utilize our expertise in continuous manufacturing and our broad portfolio of complementary systems and solutions. We will work with you to identify the potential for continuous manufacturing in your operations, support you with an integrated and data-driven control platform for managing your continuous production information, and help you manage the regulatory implications of continuous manufacturing.
Real life, real outcomes: Continuous production benefits
Continuous manufacturing helps companies continuously verify their product quality and release products in real time. Continuous production processes will have lower operating and investment costs, be more energy efficient, and have a reduced carbon footprint. With continuous manufacturing, companies can achieve a faster time to market and increase operational flexibility throughout the entire product lifecycle.