With ever more new pharmaceutical drug products entering the market, pharmaceutical companies are facing new challenges when it comes to fill and finish. These processes now need to adapt to different output speeds, changeover times or the ability to process nested containers i.e. syringes, cartridges or vials on one filling line.
In particular, pharma companies in biotech or cell and gene therapy development as well as large pharma manufacturers with CMO activities are consequently in need of flexible approaches in fill and finish.
One such approach will be demonstrated at this year’s CPhI Worldwide in Frankfurt, Nov. 5-7, by groninger, ARaymondlife and SCHOTT at booth 111F10…..