Equipment and Processing Report, Mar 17, 2010 - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Equipment and Processing Report, Mar 17, 2010
Production Lines
The Continuous Quest for Process Improvement
By Erik Greb
Continuous manufacturing could bring the pharmaceutical industry advantages such as improved product quality, easy scale-up, flexibility, and short cycle times. But how can a company switch from batch to continuous manufacturing?
In the Mixer
Filling Now for the Future
By Erik Greb
Recent developments demonstrate the importance of biologicals, which usually are delivered through injections, for the drug industry's future. To find out about the process of manufacturing prefilled syringes, and to learn about innovations in filling lines, Equipment and Processing Report talked to Thomas Otto, managing director of Vetter.
Editor's Picks
March 2010 Editor's Picks: Products from Munters and NETZSCH
PharmTech's monthly newsletter, Equipment and Processing Report, reviews the Editor's Picks for the March 2010 edition from Munters and NETZSCH.

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