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KeyPlants has contributed in the fight against COVID-19 with their expertise in design and architecture. The temporary hospital at Stockholm Exhibition Centre in Älvsjö is ready to open following the last weeks intensive work. KeyPlants has helped out with development of architectural layouts of the hospital. This temporary hospital is designed for intensive care and intermediate care units with a capacity for 600 patients.
KeyPlants expands further with new Malmö-office
As a part of KeyPlants’ strategic expansion and supporting our increasing demand for services in our local Nordic market, KeyPlants expand our organization by opening a Project Management and Engineering office in Malmö. The office shall support customers in the Malmo-Copenhagen regions with advanced project and professional services to the food and life science industry.
Peter Vigh and Roger Stagmo will be responsible for our new office. Both Peter and Roger come from sales and management positions at AFRY and have a vast experience in the pharmaceutical and food sector with focusing on capital investment projects and professional services.
We welcome Peter and Roger to our team.
For more information you can contact KeyPlants managing director Jörgen Harrysson at
+46 706 34 34 06 or [email protected]
The event due on March 24th has been postponed. A new date is not yet set. We will keep you updated.
Join us this morning to hear about sterile fill/finish and how to improve efficiencies through AI and process simulation. Learn about new opportunities with digitalization in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
For any enquires please contact us at [email protected]
09:00 – 09:20 Next generation robotic filling technologies
Learn about the next generation of aseptic filling technologies by means of using robotics, eliminating of operator errors and benefiting of IoT services and solutions.
Thorsten Häfner, Director Business Development, Groninger
09:20 – 09:40 AI driven value creation
How can pharmaceutical manufacturers work with AI and automation to improve efficiencies? Increase yield, reduce processing time and improve consistency are the key areas where AI and automation add value. Big data, machine learning, anomaly detection, and artificial intelligence are topics that will be discussed.
Lukas Vikander, Automation Engineer, KeyPlants
09:40 – 10:00 Process simulation in biomanufacturing
Effective tools for process simulation. De-bottlenecking of an existing biotech manufacturing facility. Process simulation in design of a new biotech manufacturing facility.
Oskar Lidholm, Process Engineer, KeyPlants
In a strategic effort to strengthen KeyPlants’ presence in Asia we are pleased to announce that we are opening a new regional office in Manilla, the Philippines. Jan Lilja has taken the role as regional manager and will be responsible for KeyPlants’ customers in South East Asia.
Over the past years we have had significant growth in the Middle East and South East Asia. Our track record in the region includes a movable modular filling facility to Indonesia, a MASTM (Modular Aseptic Solutions) facility to Saudi Arabia and design studies for clients in Malaysia, Singapore, China, Taiwan and Dubai.
We see further potential with KeyPlants’ modular solutions for pharmaceutical companies on this market.
We are proud to have our Lukas Vikander presenting on the topic: “How should you kickstart your AI-driven value creation?”, at ISPE Nordic Annual Conference in Stockholm November 21st. Insights will be shared on how pharmaceutical manufacturers can work with AI and automation to improve efficiencies. Increase yield, reduce processing time and improve consistency are the key areas where AI and automation add value.
The program includes a look into Artificial Intelligence in Pharma, what are the trends towards the future and how do we implement it in a safe way? Academic and industry applications will be tied together as well as an additional case study from the Logistics area where trends and application suggestions for Pharma will be discussed.
What is the IT-systems of the future and how can we navigate the Pharma 4.0 world in a convenient and cost-efficient way?