Milestone Separation Technology
Working Together to Make a Difference Collaboration Facilitates Pharma Manufacturing
At Achema, GEA hosted a joint press conference with key suppliers to the pharmaceutical industries to highlight collaborative efforts aimed at promoting the advancement of continuous manufacturing technologies.
The main message of the conference was to demonstrate that by working together, a group of companies could make a difference in helping to overcome challenges that pharmaceutical companies face in adopting continuous manufacturing practices.
The companies and their representatives at the conference were (from left to right in the photo): Leistritz — a developer and manufacturer of engineered products for the process and pharmaceutical industries; Albrecht Huber, Head of Business Unit Pharma Extrusion and Life Science Technology; MG2 — technology leaders in capsule filling; Dr. Marco Bellentani, Product, Validation and Software Quality Assurance Manager; Siemens — a leading provider of digital solutions, including PAT data management platforms for continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing; Bart Moors, Vice President for Market Development Pharmaceutical and Life Science Industries; Rcpe (Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering) — an international research center specialized in pharmaceutical engineering and predictive science applied to develop a mechanistic understanding of products and processes; Massimo Bresciani, Executive Director Scientific Operations; GEA — one of the largest suppliers of process technology to advanced manufacturing industries, and a leader in developing continuous manufacturing solutions for solid dosage development and production; Richard Steiner, Sales Manager Continuous Technologies, APC Pharma Solids; Accenture — a leading global professional services company that helps pharma clients to shape their strategies for continuous manufacturing and manage long-term operations; Markus Hayek, Managing Director Operations Consulting; Perceptive Engineering — an advanced analytics and intelligent control systems supplier; David Lovett, Managing Director.
GEA also led a tour of the equipment at its stand, including for phase separation and crystallization.