Pharmaceutical Industry

Improve productivity, maintain patient safety and ensure regulatory compliance with comprehensive calibration solutions and services.

Patient safety, compliance and data integrity

In pharmaceutical manufacturing it’s essential that strict safety guidelines and regulations are followed, and manufacturing processes are consistent and reliable. This safeguards product purity and ensures the highest possible end-product quality, which is vital to maintaining patient safety.

Pharmaceutical manufacturers require a calibration ecosystem that complies with stringent industry regulations while delivering productivity gains and improving data integrity and quality standards.

Experience a better way to manufacture life-saving products

Many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and life sciences companies rely on the our, all designed to help customers achieve their calibration-related goals in line with regulations, such as those from the FDA and MHRA.

Our calibration solutions have been developed over nearly 50 years by combining our own experience with feedback gained through close cooperation with household names in the pharmaceutical industry.

Pharmaceutical industry insights

Tackling challenges in the pharmaceutical industry through digitalization

Patient safety and ensuring compliance with regulations -including FDA Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) and 21 CFR part 11 – are the top priorities.

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Adapting to trends in the pharmaceutical industry

Recent trends in the research-based pharmaceuticals industry, including personalized medicine, flexible production facilities, and digitalization, are impacting established processes and require new ways of thinking.

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How a trusted advisor can help maximize return on digital investments

Many players in the pharma industry are making investments in digital solutions in order to enhance their calibration processes. But how can you make sure these investments pay off and do not negatively affect compliance or patient safety?

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