Solutions to manage complexity in global single-use supply chain for vaccines manufacturing
Single-use systems have been proven to enable a more flexible, cost-effective approach to manufacturing monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), cell and gene therapies, and other complex biologics. In vaccine manufacturing, specifically, single-use solutions can facilitate multi-product manufacturing in order to increase capacity and reduce cost. Underestimating the regulatory, manufacturing and quality requirements for single-use products required for vaccine production as well as the complexities of a global vaccines supply chain can leave a company unable to quickly meet growing global demand.
In this presentation, learn why it’s important to adopt a global single use supply chain strategy as part of the early stages of a vaccine product lifecycle, with a case study demonstrating how innovative single-use solutions can both support supply chain security and enhance efficiencies in vaccine manufacturing processes.
This presentation took place as part of World Vaccines Conference on Tuesday, 20th October 2020.
|Timothy Korwan is Director of New Product Development at Avantor. Tim has 20+ years of experience as an engineer and business development with VWR, PAW BioScience Products, and Biopure Corporation where he has designed single-use products, components, and systems that are used by the global drug and vaccine manufacturing industry.|