In the May issue of Pharmaceutical Processing we take a close look Dow Development Laboratories, who are positioning themselves as the go-to company for topical product development services. Elsewhere in the issue, recent survey results show BioPharma manufacturers are demanding more technological advances in downstream processing. We also feature an often overlooked part of your facility – the dock, and examine how shared service management can actually make your business more Lean.
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The September issue of Pharmaceutical Processing profiles SAFC’s new dry powder media manufacturing facility in Irvine, Scotland. In addition, coverage includes articles on highly toxic manufacturing and containment/isolator technologies. We also have a report on how CMOs are leading the adoption of new biopharm technologies. Other articles include a look at aseptic primary packaging, the challenges of scale-up and commercialization, optimizing vaccine processes, and the state of track and trace in the industry.
Click here to check out the July/August issue of Pharmaceutical Process Magazine, where we take a closer look at the continuous bioprocessing outlook, troubleshoot fluid bed processes, and check in on the latest trends in lyophilization.
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 companies that supply products, equipment, systems, and services to the pharmaceutical industry. The 2014/2015 Supplier Directory is a must have for anyone involved in the development, scale-up, and manufacturing and packaging of pharmaceuticals.
The May issue of Pharmaceutical Processing profiles PCI, a contract developer and manufacturer of custom NCEs, fine chemicals and generic APIs based in Newburyport, MA. We also take a look at the critical success factors clients evaluate when choosing a CMO. Our manufacturing services Q&A discusses current trends, issues and the future of pharmaceutical processing services. In addition we cover tablet coating, single-use technologies and QbD in test method development and validation.
The April issue of Pharmaceutical Processing profiles Reed-Lane, a contract packager of solid-dosage products based in Wayne, NJ. Additional articles on contract services and outsourcing topics include a look at the global biosimilars market and an update on solid dosage manufacturing services. In addition, the benefits of using ready-to-fill vials is explored. Other topics covered in this issue include packaging inspection, anti-counterfeiting technologies, lab design and expediting drug development.
The March issue of Pharmaceutical Processing is our INTERPHEX 2014 show issue and features numerous highlights from show exhibitors. In addition, we also announce the winners in our new Facility Excellence Awards program.
The Jan/Feb 2014 issue of Pharmaceutical Processing is our INTERPHEX 2014 Preview issue and features numerous exhibitor highlights and a guide to the educational conference program. In addition, we profile Xcelience, a clinical trial material contract manufacturer based in Tampa, FL.
In the November/December issue of Pharmaceutical Processing we profile Metrics’ clinical trial materials manufacturing facility located in Greenville, North Carolina. This issue also includes our annual CMO/CSO reader survey and our directory of service providers. Two articles on pure water discuss compendial water system maintenance and monitoring considerations, and automated and continuous TOC monitoring of ultra-pure water cycles.
The October issue of Pharmaceutical Processing profiles Catalent’s new clinical biologics manufacturing facility in Madison, Wisconsin. The role of quality control and microscopy services for the industry is also featured in this issue as well as an article on Brazil’s emerging pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
The September 2013 issue of Pharmaceutical Processing features a profile of LSNE, a Bedford, NH-based contract manufacturing company that offers a range of lyophilization and fill/finish services. We also take a look at how CMOs are evaluating employee performance to improve operations, and our article on parenteral manufacturing services details some new trends for this important market segment.
In the July/August 2013 issue of Pharmaceutical Processing we profile Impact Analytical's range of services for the pharmaceutical industry and its new facility in Midland, MI. Additional articles on contract services include a look at quality and reliability drivers for strategic outsourcing and a focus on packaging services. Our Special Report details how numerical simulations can be used to continuously process APIs. Other articles include a look at small parts handling, tablet manufacturing, pharmaceutical compliance and process validation.
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 companies that supply products, equipment, systems, and services to the pharmaceutical industry. The 2013/2014 Supplier Directory is a must have for anyone involved in the development, scale-up, and manufacturing and packaging of pharmaceuticals.
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.