Optimal Industrial Technologies will sponsor and exhibit at the second Commercializing Flow Chemistry (CFC) virtual summit, taking place from the 24th-26th August. During the event, attendees will be able to learn how the company’s total quality management platform, synTQ, can help to realise continuous manufacturing applications.
The second CFC Summit will look at how continuous flow chemistry can enhance productivity in the pharmaceutical and other manufacturing industries, exploring key enabling technologies, optimisation and digitalisation solutions. CFC 2021’s Exhibitor Partner Optimal, a global leader in Process Analytical Technology (PAT), will showcase how this framework is essential to supporting continuous manufacturing applications. It achieves this by delivering real-time, quality-centric process control and quality assurance with optimum results.
On Optimal’s exhibitor profile, visitors will be able to access key information and literature about flow chemistry as well as learn more about the importance of a total quality management platform, such as synTQ. The company’s specialists will also be available throughout the event to discuss the implementation of PAT-driven setups and the benefits that synTQ can offer. Also, anyone interested to talk about specific applications will be able to schedule virtual meetings and book consultations.
Martin Gadsby, Director at Optimal Industrial Technologies, comments: “Continuous flow chemistry offers a wide range of productivity and quality benefits to companies in different sectors. To successfully implement this manufacturing process and fully reap the potential advantages, businesses need to utilise an effective PAT framework that includes a total quality management solution, such as synTQ. We look forward to showcasing how our expert teams and advanced solutions can help CFC attendees interested in adopting flow chemistry practices gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. We invite everyone to visit our exhibitor profile to find out more and get in touch with us to discuss the specific requirements of their intended applications.”
synTQ offers a holistic overview of a company’s manufacturing activities, leading to responsive, data-driven process control. Essential to the successful implementation of PAT, the software controls the flow and fusion of key process data while supporting full data integrity. This also ensures that manufacturing activities are executed in compliance with all applicable standards, such as Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). These benefits make Optimal’s software a market-leading solution – one that has been adopted by over 60% of global pharmaceutical majors.
Visit Optimal’s virtual booth at the Commercializing Flow Chemistry (CFC) Summit on 24th-26th August 2021 by registering at: https://commercializing-flow-chemistry.com/take-part/register/
Image 1: Optimal Industrial Technologies is sponsoring and exhibiting at the 2nd Commercializing Flow Chemistry (CFC) Summit on 24th-26th August 2021.
Optimal Industrial Automation has more than 30 years’ experience building, integrating and optimising manufacturing automation systems for challenging and highly regulated industries. Projects are typically for the pharmaceutical, life science, chemical, aerospace, green energy, food & beverage and other high-value process sectors.The company’s primary aim is to deliver measurable reductions in production costs, while finding substantial improvements in productivity, product quality and business sustainability. Part of its capability in achieving this aim is experience in the implementation of Optimal’s print and inspect system product – synTI®, plus sister company Optimal Industrial Technologies’ leading PAT based process management software platform synTQ.The company employs a large technical team qualified in software, electrical, electronic, vision and control hardware disciplines. The team has built and developed individual machines and process skids to meet regulations such as FDA 21 CFR Part 210/211 – Pharmaceutical Industry GMPs, and FDA 21 CFR Part 11 – Electronic Records and Signatures. It is also ISO accredited and has years of experience working within GAMP guidelines.
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