In order to manage risk in your supply chain, you have to know where it exists. The same logic is applied when quantifying risks during a process change. Just as a lack of quality affects the patient, so does a lack of supply. So what can you do to ensure your supply chain provides a safe and efficient delivery of your product?
In the past, most pharmaceutical companies performed their warehouse and distribution services within their own facilities, with very few outsourcing these processes to third-parties. The supply chain was much simpler then, essentially getting a product from point A to point B.
Sonoco ThermoSafe, a unit of Sonoco and the leading global provider of temperature assurance packaging, has launched the new Certis Silver Universal CRT (controlled room temperature) design-qualified shipper series to ensure ambient thermal protection for pharmaceuticals, biologics, vaccines and other high-value products.
Quality is certainly not new terminology in the pharmaceutical industry. However, I believe it is a term that is sometimes used too loosely within the pharmaceutical time and temperature supply chain. By Jeff Clark, 7P Solutions™, LLC
In this webinar, you will learn about demonstrating the process development and scale-up of a recombinant CHOZN® GS clone in EX-CELL® Advanced™ cell culture media from small-scale up to 50 L pilot scale.
In taking a more strategic view toward monoclonal antibody manufacturing, there is a drive to develop processes with higher productivity and improved economics without sacrificing robustness or quality.
In our on-demand webinar you can learn how you could emulate Bayer’s success, and how they are continuing to use E-WorkBook to improve lab practices, increase laboratory efficiency and build a laboratory environment suited for business needs both now and in the future.
The GS1 Healthcare US Secure Supply Chain Task Force, consisting of more than 50 members from throughout the supply chain, has developed a guideline to identify and serialize pharmaceutical products using GS1 identification numbers. The guideline titled “Applying GS1 Standards to U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Business Processes to Support Serialization, Pedigree and Track & Trace” enables pharmaceutical companies to trace the movement of products through the U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain.