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Digitalization in Aseptic Filling and Biomanufacturing
Learn about the next generation of aseptic filling technologies by means of using robotics, eliminating operator errors, and benefiting from IoT services and solutions.
Modular/Off-Site Construction and Flexible Aseptic Filling for the Life Science Industries
Part 1: Modular/Off-Site Construction and PODs; Presented by Pär Almhem, president of ModWave, and the North American representative of KeyPlants of Sweden
The terms “Modular”, “Off-Site” and “PODs” are used in a wide range of situations and have different meanings in different situations. In this Webinar we will provide an introduction to Off-Site Construction for the Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Industries, discussing what it is, and why it is increasingly becoming an attractive alternative for building new manufacturing capacity and other more complex facilities. In the Webinar we will discuss:
- What is Off-Site Construction?
- Advantages of Off-Site Construction
- When and How to Use Modules and PODs
- KeyPlant’s Concept
- Typical Applications
- Example Project
Part 2: Flexible Aseptic Filling; Presented by Keith Dodson / AST,Vice President of Global Business Development and leads AST’s global sales team.
Flexibility in aseptic filling has become increasingly important in recent years, as Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical companies must produce a variety of drug products and formats with limited space and equipment. In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of flexibility in small batch aseptic fill finish, and explore some solutions offered by AST. We will cover:
- The need for a flexible format
- Reducing human involvement in aseptic filling
- High precision dosing
- Drive to integrated barrier systems
- Building a successful aseptic fill-finish process by integrating the operation philosophy of the operating company, the aseptic fill finish equipment design, and the facility.
Process Simulation and Scheduling
Valuable tools for design of biopharmaceutical facilities
- Facility design based on process modelling
- Identify existing bottlenecks to increase capacity
- Provide insights for capital investment decisions
- Validate feasibility of a developed design concept
Ted Witherow, Process Engineer, KeyPlants
The role of process simulation and scheduling tools in the biopharmaceutical industries with emphasis on cycle time reduction, debottlenecking, utility system sizing and multi-product facility design.
Demetri Petrides, President, Intelligen, Inc.
Establishing Flexible Facilities for Vaccine Manufacturing
Learn more about what is required to establish new operations for vaccine production and gain understanding about facility design for vaccine manufacturing
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