Category: Continuous Manufacturing

mRNA Manufacturing: Pioneering the Future of Medicine

mRNA manufacturing has completely revolutionized the field of medicine and significantly influenced the study and treatment of human diseases. The success of COVID-19 vaccines paved the path for mRNA vaccines / mRNA therapeutics. Safety, efficacy and rapid production of mRNA drives the interest in this domain. However, mRNA production is fraught with several challenges as

Manufacturing Execution System: A Necessity in Healthcare Market

Like any other industry, the healthcare industry is drastically growing in its way. Thus, manufacturers need to update themselves with the new technologies and tools to stay relevant and competitive with the current market trends. Manufacturing execution system plays a crucial role in achieving long term competitive advantages in the healthcare industry. Manufacturing execution system

MES System: A Step Towards Smart Manufacturing in Healthcare

The continuously growing demand for healthcare products and present economic environment drives the need for adoption of automated tool and technologies in order to improve manufacturing, process, increase throughput reduce cycle time, maintain quality and to get the best out of the available resources to eliminate unnecessary production costs. It is worth mentioning that in

Next Generation Biomanufacturing – The Upcoming Era of Digital Transformation

Upon realizing the potential of digital biomanufacturing over traditional processes, players are actively undertaking initiatives to adopt advanced platforms to drive operational excellence, visibility, control and synchronization in bioprocessing. Industry 4.0: An amalgamation of physical equipment and smart software Digital biomanufacturing offers real-time process optimization based on factors, such as anticipated product quality and batch

Continuous Manufacturing: Meeting the Demand for Drugs and API

Over the last few decades, the pharmaceutical contract manufacturing market has been using batch processes for production of pharmaceutical products, which is a multi-phase process. However, the surge in the demand for drugs due to COVID-19 has led the pharmaceutical industry to shift on to a more agile and flexible technique- continuous manufacturing, which is