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Manufacture Technology and Equipment, Small Molecules

Breaking With Tradition

Continuous manufacturing is the norm in many industries, but for pharma – despite the well-documented cost and quality benefits associated with continuous – batch manufacturing remains king. The availability of standard batch reactors and the simplicity of their use means that old habits die hard.

With many continuous processes relatively untested and with regulatory guidance somewhat lacking, the industry’s hesitance to embrace continuous is understandable. For continuous manufacturing to be more widely adopted, companies must be aware of its operational advantages as well as the challenges posed by its use. Armed with this knowledge, companies can fully assess whether continuous processes are appropriate for their business needs.

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Mark Muldowney

Head of Innovation and Technology at Sterling Pharma Solutions

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