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|CPhI Show Daily Podcast Series|
|BASF- Dr. Bernhard Fussnegger
Dr Bernhard Fussnegger is responsible for all technical questions regarding Povidone and Crospovidone at the unit Global Marketing for Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Service. With over 10 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Dr Fussnegger shares his insights into the multi-talented excipients, Povidone and Crospovidone, and addresses the key challenge of reducing peroxide levels with a cutting-edge solution.
|Hameln- Dr. Olaf Schrake
Dr. Olaf Schrake discusses the wider range of services that hameln pharma can offer with its close working relationship with sister company Hameln rds. Going well beyond actual contract manufacturing, hameln pharma can offer strategic consultation concerning product portfolios or entire product developments through pre-clinical and clinical studies to a comprehensive approval service. Dr. Schrake also outlines hameln pharma’s philosophy of Operational Excellence.
|Roquette- Sophie Chesnoy
One of Roquette’s focuses at this year’s CPhI is taste-masking solutions, in particular, Kleptose Linecaps. Sophie Chesnoy introduces a new addition to the Kleptose range: Kleptose Linecaps, which are derived from a natural source and can be used for the solubilisation of poorly soluble drugs in addition to taste masking. Roquette will also be showcasing a state-of-the-art compression simulator and E-tabletting concept for studying and optimising tablet manufacture from drug development through industrial scale-up to production.
|Valsynthese- Mr. Helmut Zimmermann
Valsynthese is a custom manufacturing organisation concentrating on hazardous and high energetic chemistry. Mr. Zimmermann introduces Valsynthese’s new capabilities in phosgenation, further expanding their tool-box of core competencies in highly energetic reactions. Mr. Zimmerman also delivers quality system updates as well as future plans for compliance beyond approval as API manufacturers in Europe, Asia, South America and Japan. Reducing environmental impact through investment in new recycling facilities is also discussed.
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