July 25, 2022
Pharmaceutical cold chain management – overview of all freezing ranges
Temperature plays a significant role in the production and distribution of several revolutionary biologics. But how does the pharmaceutical cold chain work, and what temperature ranges are most frequently chosen? You will find out in this article!
July 19, 2022
Ultra-cold freezing and storing – considerations & solutions
Implementing cold freezing and storing in supply chains is oftentimes inevitable when dealing with certain biopharmaceuticals. Learn what the main considerations are and find out how to face related challenges.
July 7, 2022
Fluid management in biopharma: Advantages of single-use systems
Major changes in biopharma industry require new approaches along the supply chain of most innovative biologics – including fluid management. Here's to discover how single-use products help to achieve considerable improvements.
July 4, 2022
AAV production workflow – where do we come in?
The production of AAVs requires to fulfill high standards and is thus in need of state of the art technologies. Find out what the key elements in the production of AAVs are and how our products help to carry them out.
July 4, 2022
Safe handling of AAVs
Adeno-associated viruses are an increasingly important tool in biopharma, used for example as vectors for gene therapy and vaccines. But how are they adequately – and safely – handled? Here are some key aspects to consider along their supply chain.
June 23, 2022
CAR-T manufacturing process and the supply chain behind it
Mastering the complex CAR T manufacturing process and the associated supply chain challenges in the cell and gene area are the major bottlenecks during the large-scale commercialization of highly promising CAR T cell products.
June 9, 2022
mRNA vaccines: How to safely ship and store them
mRNA vaccines require high diligency along their supply chain. This is why every step in the mRNA vaccine supply chain must be carefully planned, carried out in a safe and controlled manner and requires appropriate, innovative technologies.
June 9, 2022
Gene therapy manufacturing - 5 requirements to scale up
Gene therapies have become a highly promising field of groundbreaking next generation treatment, but there are some challenges to face within the manufacturing process. Here are 5 factors that will be crucial for upscaling gene therapy manufacturing with single-use technology.
May 18, 2022
Plate freezing: best approach for freezing biopharmaceuticals
Plate freezing is a process where a product’s temperature is reduced by the means of contact with cold surfaces. Thus, a defining step in the freeze-thaw process for conservation, with several advantages for biopharma.
May 18, 2022
Industry 4.0 in Biomanufacturing: RoSS.KSET as an example
Industry 4.0 has long become reality in many branches. In Pharma 4.0 intelligent industrial applications and IoT enable players in the bioeconomy industry to transition to operations that help them improve their productivity. Pharma 4.0 also has become a major part in single-use technologies, as it brings companies to the next level concerning the scalability, productivity and efficiency of their processes and products.
April 12, 2022
Extractables and leachables: definitions, differences & facts
Extractables and leachables are contaminants that are causing biopharmaceutical manufacturers headaches, as they can lead to impurities of highly valuable drug products. While extractables and leachables both describe foreign matter that can lead to contamination of highly valuable drug products, it is important to understand their characterization but also the difference between the two.
March 29, 2022
Supply Chain Delays in the Biopharma industry
Global supply chains have been severely impacted by the pandemic and by attempts to maintain essential supply structures such as food, medicine, and energy supplies.