Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News
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Millstone Medical Outsourcing announces the groundbreaking for a third cleanroom facility expansion at its Fall River, MA headquarters.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Partners with Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center to Support Life Sciences Growth in Philadelphia
The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center partnership offers biotech residents flexible, plug & play lab and research space within a specialized network of resources, programming, and expertise The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center (PABC) announced that Thermo Fisher...
ILC Doveror specializing in innovative single-use solutions for biotherapeutics and pharmaceutical processing, announced the launch of Water for Injection (WFI) for the biotherapeutics market.
Zeus, the global leader in advanced polymer solutions, today announced a multi-million dollar investment to expand its catheter manufacturing capacity worldwide
SK pharmteco, is pleased to announce $35m investment for the initial phase of an expansion plan for SK biotek Ireland’s Dublin-based pharmaceutical manufacturing plant.
Pfizer Inc. has planned a $120 million investment at its Kalamazoo manufacturing facility to support the production of its COVID-19 antiviral treatment, Paxlovid.
Engineered to meet unique automation needs across various industries, Epson Robots, the #1 SCARA robot manufacturer in the world, today announced the new GX Series robot lineup with the GX4 and GX8.
The new Biomerics office will be equipped with multiple balloon-forming machines, state-of-the-art test equipment, and a cleanroom that is ISO 13485:2016 certified.
Through this investment, the Sligo site will feature Class 7 cleanroom manufacturing environments and state-of-the art thermoforming operations, fully certified to ISO 13485 standards and meeting the highest regulatory requirements.
Celerion, a clinical research organization (CRO) to the biopharmaceutical industry, has announced completion of additions to its research capacity and services
CARsgen Therapeutics launches 37,000-ft cleanroom facility for clinical and early-stage commercial manufacturing
CARsgen Therapeutics 37,000-ft facility for clinical and early-stage commercial manufacturing was designed and built in just 12 months.
The CGMP facility represents a critical first step in a new era of drug manufacturing aimed at strengthening domestic supply chain resiliency
Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News and Advancements
The Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Industry or medicine industry is the commercial industry that discovers, develops, produces, and markets drugs or pharmaceuticals for various uses and formations of medicines and medications. The pharmaceutical cleanroom industry produces the controlled aseptic cleanroom environments where by the pharmaceutical products are created and packaged. Pharmaceutical companies create a various array of products for different applications.
The primary developments of Pharmaceutical companies are generic medications, branded pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The pharmaceutical companies are subject to a variety of laws and regulations that govern the patenting, testing, safety, efficacy and marketing of drugs. Cleanroom Connect provides the latest Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News from various pharmaceutical and biopharma industries. Subscribe today to receive pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical news and updates directly to your mailbox.
The Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Industry is a booming industry, and production has been growing exponentially over the past few decades as innovations in the medical field have taken off. This increasing production has also led to increasing demands for safety features installed in industrial pharmaceutical manufacturing plants and storage areas. These safety procedures ensure the health of employees as well as the safe preservation of products that are stored for later use by consumers.