In the May 2013 issue of Pharmaceutical Processing we profile Almac's new packaging services facility in Audubon, PA. Additional articles on contract services and outsourcing include a look at clinical trials technology and an update on fill/finish operations.
In the April INTERPHEX 2013 Show issue we profile Olympus Biotech, a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturer based in Lebanon, NH. Additional articles on contract services and outsourcing include a look at encapsulating services, and how to look beyond outsourcing for organizational success. We also highlight the six category winners in the 2013 Facility of the Year Awards.
In the March issue we visit CDMO Cedarburg Hauser Pharmaceuticals’ API development and manufacturing facility in Grafton, WI. We also look at the narrowing cost of outsourced labor between the U.S., China and India. Our third article on contract services delves into the world of clinical trial outsourcing and how technology is changing how trials are done.
In the January/February issue we profile Laureate Biopharma a Princeton, NJ based biopharmaceutical CMO. Other features include a look at single use technologies and their impact on vaccine manufacturing and our yearly outlook on the pharmaceutical industry and emerging trends in the CMO marketplace. Biosimilars and biosimilars and their collective impact on the CMO market is also featured. Additional articles include a look at blisterpackaging tips and techniques and how regulatory changes are affecting aseptic filling technologies.
In the November/December 2012 issue we visit Anteco Pharma, a CMO that specializes in the lyophilization and related processing of pharmaceutical intermediates. We profile Merck's Vaccine Bulk Manufacturing Facility (VBF) Program of Projects, the overall winner of the 2012 Facility of the Year Awards. Our reader survey on selecting a CMO/CSO reveals what our readers look for in a service provider and what they view as a red flag.
In the October issue we profile OsoBio, an injectables CMO based in Albuquerque, NM. In addition we take a look at preclinical CROs and their contributions to pharmaceutical development. Our sourcing and operational strategies article looks at many of the other services companies can outsource to gain cost efficiencies.
Pharmaceutical Processing's September 2012 supplement Contract Manufacturing & Services: Best Practices and Selection Process focuses on the growing and diverse pharmaceutical CMO/CSO market. Featured editorial includes an overview of some of the industry's top CMOs/CSOs and a review of their best business practices and capabilities.
In the September issue we profile AAIPharma a comprehensive pharmaceutical development and manufacturing services company based in Wilmington, NC. In addition, we discuss the importance of validation service providers and examine the growth of biopharmaceutical testing services. The growing topic of single-use technologies is covered in three articles touching on several different aspects of single-use technologies and best practices.
In the August issue we profile AMRI, a global CMO/CSO with headquarters in Albany, NY. In addition we discuss the contributions of R&D service providers to the industry and look at emerging markets and opportunities for CMOs in new areas. The growing field of containment technologies is covered in a Q&A article with IPS' Sterling Kline, an acknowledged authority in isolator technology.
In the July issue we visit Vetter's Development Services Facility in Skokie, IL which focuses on clinical and early stage contract manufacturing. We also take a look at issues and trends in contract packaging and lessons that can be learned from both sides of the outsourcing coin. We also take an in-depth look at flexible continuous manufacturing.
The June issue is our annual Pharmaceutical Supplier Directory. Organized by product category this complete resource for the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry features detailed listings of the company's that supply products, equipment, systems, and services to the pharmaceutical industry.