The APV Continuous Manufacturing Conference offers a key opportunity to learn and discuss both the potential and the challenges of implementing a continuous flow processing approach for the development and production of pharmaceuticals. Main topics of the event will be a regulatory perspective on continuous manufacturing, Quality by Design (QbD) and Process Analytical Technology (PAT).
Optimal, a premier PAT specialist and vendor of the market-leading PAT-based process management software synTQ, is well aligned with the focus of the APV Continuous Manufacturing Conference. The company aims to promote the role of PAT as a regulatory-complaint enabler of continuous processing and support its global adoption. Moreover, its synTQ platform, which is currently used by over half of the global pharmaceutical majors, has been helping businesses in the sector transition to continuous OSD manufacture, flow chemistry and continuous biotech as well as delivering enhanced improvements in product quality and consistency. In addition, it helped overcome regulatory challenges as well as slash manufacturing time, together with time to market.
Sponsoring the event’s welcome reception on Tuesday evening is another logical step for Optimal. During the soiree, participants will be able to visit the company’s stand, where they will find literature on PAT, including copies of the book ‘QbD & PAT for Dummies’. Representatives will also be giving demonstrations of synTQ, enabling visitors to fully visualise and understand the features and benefits of the software.
Members of the Optimal team will be available throughout the event. Attendees will be able to discuss the key benefits of PAT for quality assurance and continuous manufacturing as well as how Optimal can help to implement suitable PAT strategies by using synTQ.
Martin Gadsby, Director at Optimal Industrial Technologies, comments: “We look forward to liaising with industry leaders, regulatory bodies and research institutes at the APV Continuous Manufacturing Conference. During the event, we will be showcasing the power of PAT for the continuous processing of pharmaceuticals.
“In effect, these new approaches to manufacturing greatly improve throughput, product quality and regulatory compliancy. All these elements play an increasingly important role in driving competitiveness in the market and contributing to a company’s success. We invite anyone to visit our stand at the welcome reception to learn more about what we can offer as well as grab a free copy of ‘QbD & PAT for Dummies.”
The 2nd APV Continuous Manufacturing Conference will take place from 18-19 February 2020 at Stadthotel Freiburg, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.
Image 1: Optimal Industrial Technologies will sponsor a welcome reception at the 2nd APV Continuous Manufacturing Conference in Freiburg, Germany
Within the Optimal group, we have more than 30 years’ experience in the automation and optimisation of control and data management systems for the food, chemical, pharmaceutical, biotech, life science and other process industries.
The demands being placed on manufacturers in relation to getting products to market sooner, minimising development and production costs together with increasing product quality and business sustainability are ever increasing. Our primary aim is to deliver measurable improvements in all these target areas.
In addition to practical automation and system integration expertise, Optimal Industrial Technologies has also developed the world-leading PAT Knowledge Management software platform – synTQ® – which is used by over 60% of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and is now being adopted by other process industries. synTQ has been a proven enabler of QbD via PAT by significantly increasing productivity and quality, while reducing waste, time to manufacture and time to market for batch and continuous processes.
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