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Article | Looking at Trends in Parenteral Manufacturing

Article | Looking at Trends in Parenteral Manufacturing

Author: Bernd Stauss, SVP Production/Engineering

The need for flexibility and higher quality are driving advances in parenteral manufacturing and fill/finish equipment.

The trend toward specialized medicines focused on smaller patient populations has led to smaller production batches and a greater need for flexibility in manufacturing equipment and systems. Meanwhile, the increase in highly potent drugs has driven the need for state-of-the-art equipment advances. What are some of the most significant trends in parenteral manufacturing and fill/finish over the past four decades, and what can we expect to see in the near future? Does the increase in the overall complexity of individual drug substances affect all parties along the supply chain involved in the handling and processing of these substances?

Pharmaceutical Technology spoke with Bernd Stauss, Senior Vice President Pharmaceutical Production/Engineering at Vetter and ChristianTreitel Director Business Development Pharma, Bosch Packaging Technology about developments in parenteral manufacturing and fill/finish in the current article of


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