Webinar:

Future Pharma Manufacturing

Sponsored by: SCHOTT

Focused on:

  • Pharma Manufacturing
  • Ready To Use
  • Packaging Solutions

Date: 14 March

158

Time: 3PM London/4PM Berlin

Increase flexibility and efficiency with ready-to-use (RTU) packaging solutions.

Pharmaceutical manufacturing is fundamentally shifting from large batches and one-size-fits-all drugs to targeted medicine and high-value drugs like biologics. These highly specialized treatments focus on smaller patient populations and are produced in smaller volumes.

Pharmaceutical manufacturers demand high quality containers and unprecedented flexibility in manufacturing process to fill different packaging containers and/or drugs on the same line without major investment.

Ready-to-use (RTU) containers (vials, cartridges, prefillable syringes) are processed and sterilized by the packaging supplier and are ready for the filling process. This reduces the complexity and total cost of ownership (TCO) for the pharma companies. RTU containers in standardized packaging would allow pharma companies to fill multiple forms of packaging without the burden of changing over equipment.

Creating a universal standard for all RTU containers will offer highest flexibility and reduce the risk of supply for the pharma companies. In this webinar, SCHOTT will discuss their iQ™ platform to standardize the RTU containers packaging and their benefits for various stakeholders in the pharma industry.

This webinar is essential for every pharma company that is confronted with the challenge of filling small-batch (biotech) drugs in a flexible and efficient way.

Presented by

Gregor Deutschle,

Head of Business Development Sterile Solutions

Gregor Deutschle is Head of Business Development Sterile Solutions for ready-to-use packaging at SCHOTT Pharmaceutical Systems. Gregor joined SCHOTT nine years ago and has held several positions in project management for corporate strategy and development as well as the global lean management introduction before joining the Pharmaceutical Systems division in 2012.

In his current role, he supports the global sales force with identifying potential customer projects and by providing in depth information about the product range. He holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the RWTH Aachen University.

Anil Kumar Busimi,

Sr. Global Product Manager

Anil Busimi started his professional career in 2003 at SCHOTT AG in Germany. He worked in different positions including business development manager for microarrays, project manager for new business, and consultant in corporate strategy and development. In 2005, he moved to the business segment Pharmaceutical Packaging and played a key role in building long-term business strategy, market intelligence, product management and innovation for pharmaceutical systems business.

From August 2009 until June 2016, he held various positions in global product management for pre-fillable syringe business. Currently, he is in the strategy & innovation team as senior global product manager for Cartridges and leads the iQ Platform market launch.

Key Learning Objectives

  • How to efficiently manufacture biotech drugs and small batches
  • Why standardized RTU platforms offer advantages
  • How to optimize TCO

Audience

  • C Level Executives
  • Heads of R&D
  • R&D Project Managers
  • Drug Development Experts
  • Heads of Packaging
  • Packaging Developers
  • Packaging Project Managers
  • Packaging Developers
  • Packaging Project Managers
  • Heads of Production
  • Production Managers
  • Purchasing Managers