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Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies: Developing a Flexible, Scalable and lean Biomanufacturing system - Overview

Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies: Developing a Flexible, Scalable and lean Biomanufacturing system - Overview
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  • Jan 08, 2015
  • 74 pages
  • Insight Pharma Reports
Abstract
The newly published Insight Pharma Reports, Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies: Developing a Flexible, Scalable, and Lean Biomanufacturing System Report, focus on the need for a more reactive and dynamic biomanufacturing approach than is the current industry standard.
Biomanufacturing is common practice in the life sciences industry and has been continually developed and improved for the last two decades. However, as blockbuster drugs reach the end of their patents, treatment is evolving to become more patient-centric and personalized. The mapping of the human genome has allowed for sophisticated and effective new genetic markers and diagnostic methods to be developed, meaning that personalized medicine is becoming a reality. This has a direct impact on manufacturing, with long-term expected production paradigm shifts in the shape of near-patient manufacturing. Moreover, the rise in incidence of viral pandemics has driven a need for quick set-up, disposable, transportable biomanufacturing. This was a contributing factor to Tamiflu being first to market and will very likely be key in the race to stop the Ebola pandemic.
In addition to covering background information on biomanufacturing and capacity approaches, this report will highlight several technologies, methodologies, and business strategies that can be implemented to improve the capacity and flexibility of biomanufacturing.
Included in this Report:
Detailed the history of biomanufacturing development and the direction for the coming decade
Overview of single-use biomanufacturing techniques and trends, outlining the importance of reactive biomanufacturing
Insight into the Ebola vaccine clinical development, as well as the validation process.
Specific capacity-enhancing approaches ranging from technology solutions to business strategy
Examine the overarching industry pressures that are driving capacity needs, the subsequent regulatory compliance, and where the biggest efficiency and productivity savings can be realized.
Explore the scale-up of biomanufacturing processes to serve commercial scale production, which is currently a major limiting factor in the maturity of this field, and how commercialization of certain therapeutics and regenerative medicines is severely limited by the lack of progression here.
Ventures into the realm of lean thinking and continuous manufacturing methodologies and their application in the field of biomanufacturing with a secondary look at the potential of combining modular facilities with disposable biomanufacturing systems and the technical requirements and advances.
Details a considerable amount with regard to technology transfer and the specific issues relating to biomanufacturing, and outlines some solutions and new approaches to knowledge transfer
Takes a wider view of the context, importance, and impact of biomanufacturing and its capacity to provide a solution to several biotechnology industry challenges.
Provides insight into the field of personalized medicine, cell and gene therapies, and commercial-scale manufacturing vs. near-patient production and the predicted paradigm shift.
Interviews with:
Tony Hitchcock, Technical Director, Cobra Biologics
Jerold Martin, Sr. V.P. Global Scientific Affairs, Biopharmaceuticals, Pall Corporation
Arnaud Schmutz, General Manager, Sourcin
Nigel Smart, Managing Partner, Smart Consulting Group
Keith Thompson, CEO, Cell Therapy Catapult

Results Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies Survey
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
PART I:
Introduction and Background Information

CHAPTER 1
Focus of the Report

CHAPTER 2
The History of Biomanufacturing

CHAPTER 3
Single-use biomanufacturing
The advent of single-use biomanufacturing, history, and impact
Current state of market and implementation
Advantages of single-use technologies:
Regulatory Challenges
Obsolete safety testing methods
Conclusion:
The importance of flexible and reactive biomanufacturing
Strong business caseā€¦but what of implementation and reality?

PART II:
Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies, Opportunities, and Challenges

CHAPTER 4
Strategies to increase capacity and flexibility
Offshoring

CHAPTER 5
External Factors Affecting Capacity, Challenges, and Opportunities

CHAPTER 6
Operational Excellence and Cost Reduction

CHAPTER 7
The Future of the Biomanufacturing Industry and Profession

PART III:
Biomanufacturing Capacity Innovation as a Solution to Biotechnology Industry Challenges

CHAPTER 8
How Market Trends and Predictions Will Affect the Production Paradigm
Industry Interview Transcripts
Tony Hitchcock
Jerold Martin
Arnaud Schmutz
Nigel Smart
Keith Thompson

Survey Results

Results from Insight Pharma Reports Survey on Biomanufacturing Capacity Strategies
List of Figures
Figure 4.1: Levels of Increase in Biomanufacturing by 2020
Figure 4.2: Manufacturing Capacity Strategies Overview
Figure 4.3: Modular Facilities Implementation
Figure 4.4: Single-Use Technology Implementation
Figure 4.5: Outsourcing Implementation
Figure 4.6: Offshoring Implementation
Figure 5.1: Factors Driving Biomanufacturing Capacity Needs
Figure 5.2: Biomanufacturing challenges 2015-2020
Figure 8.1: BioPharma Strategy - New Paradigm
List of Tables
Table 2.1 Regulations in EU Member States regarding hES1 cell research
Table 5.1: Factors Influencing Capacity and Flexibility Needs
Companies Covered