At Single Use Support we have been pondering the processing and – more importantly – the shipping of frozen biopharmaceutical substances utilizing single use systems. Our developments on the basis of single use bags offer manufacturers of biopharmaceuticals an almost 100% reliable logistics process for liquid substances. But why single-use? It has become standard procedure […]
There is no doubt that single use systems are going to be part of any future production strategies put in place by the biopharma industry. The emergence of personalized medication calls for smaller batch sizes while new drug product modalities and production technologies highlight the need for adaptable manufacturing environments.
In recent years, single use systems have become a more and more established standard in the biopharma industry, which comes as no surprise. After all, they offer a range of advantages like flexibility, lower costs and reduced energy consumption. According to an article on marketresearch.com, the use of single use technologies offers the biopharma industry 6 significant advantages that will lead to a global expected annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.8% between 2016 and 2021.
The BioTech 2019 will take place from July 2nd to 4th at the ZHAW School of Life Sciences and Facility Management in Wädenswil, Switzerland. We will discuss our scalable and standalone freeze-thaw platforms that can be used with any established single use bag and that are part of the logistics process developed by us.
To overcome the risk of contamination is one of the biggest challenges in the field of biopharma. At Single Use Support we have been dealing with this challenge and looking for a way to eliminate any inherent problems. We started with the single use bag.
It truly does sound like a medical dream come true: A cancer immunotherapy which basically allows the body to heal itself with the help of manipulated T cells. Unfortunately it sounds easier than it is, and like any other medical therapy the CAR-T cell therapy poses certain challenges and risks.
As of now you can purchase our single use technologies in our online store. Currently, we have RoSS® trays in all sizes as well as our smallest freeze-thaw unit, RoSS.pFTU small scale, available.
The fill and drain process for biopharmaceutical products can be a massive challenge for the biopharma industry. Here, single use systems offer a multitude of advantages.
Test our RoSS.pFTU lab scale – the perfect freeze and thaw technology for single use bags that is completely standalone, meaning it is compatible with any established bag brand. You can rent our freeze-thaw platform for up to three months. You will be reimbursed for the rent paid if you choose to purchase the platform.
The BIO International Convention (BIO) takes place from June 3rd to 6th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Single Use Support will be one of the exhibitors and we will present and discuss our newest developments and biopharma technologies.