SAFC will contribute extensive expertise in conjugation and the manufacture of drug linkers, while BioPharma Solutions will offer world-class, sterile fill/finish services for final filling of ADC products.
SAFC, a global company that supplies a multitude of services to the biopharm/pharmaceutical...
Baxter International has announced that Baxalta Incorporated will be the name of the new,...
Ajinomoto Althea announced today that it has officially received its European GMP certificate issued by the MHRA. The MHRA conducted an on-site inspection on June 19, 2014 that yielded no critical or major observations. This certification provides clearance to Althea to test commercial drug product for the European market.
The facility was established in 1989, expanded in 2003-2006 and acquired by Olympus Biotech in 2011. It has been used primarily for mammalian cell manufacturing until production was phased out earlier this year.
The alliance is intended to encompass a long-term supply agreement in which EMD Millipore will provide raw materials for biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
PhRMA launched a new Innovation Hub to showcase the latest data and research on innovation in the biopharmaceutical industry. The new Innovation Hub, accessible via www.Innovation.org, provides easy access to PhRMA resources related to the R&D process, the biopharmaceutical pipeline, and progress fighting diseases.
EMD Millipore Expands Biomanufacturing Sciences and Training Center in Japan and Opens New Location in TokyoAugust 26, 2014 8:14 am | News | Comments
EMD Millipore today announced the opening of a new Biomanufacturing Sciences Training Center (BSTC) facility in Tokyo. The facility is designed to help biopharmaceutical companies develop manufacturing processes and find solutions to processing challenges in collaboration with engineers from EMD Millipore.
GE Healthcare Life Sciences today announced the appointment of Olivier Loeillot as General Manager, Asia Commercial for BioProcess. In this newly-created role Olivier will oversee commercial activities in the fast-moving Asian market for GE Healthcare Life Science’s rapidly growing BioProcess business.
Bioprocess Technology Consultants, Inc. (BPTC), a technical, and regulatory consulting company for the global biopharmaceutical industry, has promoted Susan Dana Jones, Ph.D., and Thomas C. Ransohoff to Principal Consultants.
Allied Minds and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company today announced the formation of Allied-Bristol Life Sciences LLC, a new jointly owned enterprise created to identify and foster research and pre-clinical development of biopharmaceutical innovations from leading university research institutions across the U.S.
Fitch Ratings expects that revenues from biologic therapies as a percentage of total pharmaceutical sales will continue to increase over the intermediate term as companies increase their prominence in their drug portfolios, according to a report published today.
The global biotechnology industry rebounded strongly in 2013, with public companies achieving double-digit revenue growth and a sharp increase in funds raised. However, much of the industry's growth was driven by a relatively small group of commercial stage companies, increasing the urgency for the rest of the industry to achieve greater efficiency in their drug development efforts.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have obtained the first three-dimensional snapshots of the "assembly line" within microorganisms that naturally produces antibiotics and other drugs.
The increasing prevalence of biosimilars will have a noticeably negative impact on the biologics market beyond 2019, despite an initial projected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.3%, taking the overall biologics market value from $162 billion in 2013 to more than $262 billion by 2019, says research and consulting firm GlobalData.
A global analysis of 238 biomanufacturers and 178 suppliers in 31 countries — the 514 page study is the industry's definitive, quantitative analysis and includes 11 years of biopharma trends and opportunities, including in-depth analysis of specific issues affecting the industry.
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 Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and the Indiana Health Industry Forum (IHIF) commend Indiana Governor Mike Pence for signing legislation today designed to create a pathway for the substitution of interchangeable biologic medicines.
Alvotech, a new company in the field of biopharmaceuticals and Finesse Solutions, Inc. today announced that they have entered into a partnership that will provide Alvotech with world-class, scalable, flexible and cost-efficient manufacturing and laboratory technology through the Finesse turnkey SmartFactory® GMP manufacturing platform suite.
Peter Hanson, IPS' Director of Process Architecture, Asia and EMEA talks about changes in biopharmaceutical design for facilities in these emerging markets including shifts in investments and the types of investments.
As drug development continues to increase complexity, so do the primary packaging solutions that are being employed. Primary containers are no longer to considered as inert components whose sole function is to contain a drug product, but rather as an integral part of a drug delivery system.
Half of biopharma companies now have a Metadata Management project under way, according to a survey conducted by SOA Software. This finding shows that metadata management is emerging as a compelling solution for many biopharma businesses.
IPS-Integrated Project Services a leader in developing innovative and cost effective solutions for the engineering, construction, commissioning and qualification of complex pharmaceutical and biotech research and manufacturing facilities has announced four presentations to be given by the company’s subject matter experts during INTERPHEX 2014 in New York City.
The Caliber Biotherapeutics manufacturing facility in Bryan, Texas offers an interesting look at the development and integration of Plant Made Pharmaceuticals. This commitment to new and innovative drug development strategies has led to it being recognized as one of Pharmaceutical Processing’s Facility Excellence Award winners for 2014.
New development technologies, expanded contract manufacturing and service capabilities, as well as innovative equipment investment strategies highlight leading practices from the best in pharmaceutical processing comprise the 2014 Pharmaceutical Processing Facility Excellence Award winners.
Olympus Biotech today announced the initiation of an aggressive transaction process to find a buyer of its West Lebanon, NH manufacturing facility over the next 90 days. In recent months, the Company has received interest from buyers and contract manufacturing organization (CMO) partners, but no deal has been consummated yet.
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.
The use of disposables in biopharmaceutical production facilities started in the late 1990’s and has evolved to include innovative Single-Use Systems (SUS) products from upstream bioreactors/clarification filtration to downstream separation and purification applications, TFF, membrane chromatography, and virus removal.
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