Continuous Manufacturing Roundtable
Posted: 23 October 2018 | David Lovett (Perceptive Engineering Ltd), Dennis Powers - Vice President of Business Development & Sales Engineering G-CON Manufacturing Inc., Jan Verelst - Global Business Development Manager for SIPAT at Siemens, Marco Bellentani Product Manager for Containment and Innovative Solutions at MG2, Massimo Bresciani - R&D Executive Director for Business Development & Scientific Operation at RCPE, Richard Steiner - Business Development Manager for continuous oral solid dosage (OSD) systems at GEA | No comments yet
Welcome to European Pharmaceutical Review’s roundtable devoted to continuous manufacturing. We have brought together six industry experts to focus on how the contribution of continuous manufacturing technology is shaping the pharmaceutical sector and explain what factors are driving that change.
Product Manager for Containment and Innovative Solutions, MG2
R&D Executive Director, Business Development and Scientific Operation, RCPE
Co-founder and Managing Director of Perceptive Engineering Ltd
Vice President of Business Development & Sales Engineering
G-CON Manufacturing, Inc.
Global Business Development Manager for SIPAT, Siemens
Business Development Manager for continuous oral solid dosage (OSD) systems, GEA
1. With pharma being so conservative, how can Conti pioneers convince the industry that this is the future of drug production?
Marco Bellentani: Conti pioneers should convince the industry that CM is the future of drug production by focusing on process understanding. In fact, continuous manufacturing provides a 360° view of the process to obtain uniformity of the content (the right formulation with the correct percentage of each ingredient), uniformity of the dosage (the right quantity of product inside each capsule), optimised quality performances (formulation designed to minimise variability of the process) and maximised efficiency (advanced controls and proper synchronisation).
All above results can be achieved in a fully integrated environment with CM suite and manufacturing equipment joint in a CM production system that works as a unique system.
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