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13.02.2017The study supports decision makers in finding the most effective batch recording solution optimizing their operations and supply chain performance taking both, specific technical integration needs and organizational structures, into account. The reader gains insights into possible improvements in costs, flexibility, quality, information transparency and speed through EBRS deployment. Furthermore, important take-aways for a successful implementation as well as estimated investment efforts are presented. (...)
21.02.2017Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global CO2 Incubator Market 2017-2021" report to their offering. The global CO2 incubator market is growing steadily at a rate of 8.13%, which can be attributed to increased R&D investment and the expansion of research facilities in sectors such as life sciences, biomedical, and agricultural research. These sectors use CO2 incubators, thereby propelling market growth. (...)
21.02.2017Die Maschinen- und Anlagenbauer sind der wichtigste Arbeitgeber für Ingenieure in Deutschland, und die Bedeutung dieser Berufsgruppe wächst stetig an. Laut der neuen VDMA-Ingenieurerhebung beschäftigte die hiesige Maschinenbauindustrie im vergangenen Jahr rund 191.000 Ingenieurinnen und Ingenieure. Das war ein Zuwachs von 8000 Personen im Vergleich zur vorangegangenen Umfrage im Jahr 2013. (...)
20.02.2017Smart packaging solutions with little process costs, best hygiene and high efficiency are requested in all areas - for craft, trade, and industry and in food and non-food businesses. No matter if standard requirements for pouches in laboratories or craft meat manufacturers, whether tray packaging for popular or unusual tray sizes for retailers or even highly individualized thermoforming packaging are requested, WEBOMATIC provides flexible, service-friendly and reliable packaging solutions. (...)
1.1 HintergrĂĽnde zum Generalplaner-Projekt
VTU Engineering hat im MĂ¤rz 2014 den bisher grĂ¶Ăźten Generalplaner-Engineering-Auftrag in der Geschichte des Unternehmens erhalten. Der Kunde, die Biotest AG, zĂ¤hlt in Teilbereichen des PharmageschĂ¤fts – etwa bei polyspezifischen Immunglobulinen und plasmabasierten GerinnungsfaktorprĂ¤paraten (...)
Comparison of Electronic Batch Recording Systems in the pharmaceutical industry / Part 2During the last years the technology around Electronic Batch Recording Systems (EBRS) has made huge progress. Despite many examples of successful EBRS implementations traditional paper batch tickets remain common practice in the pharmaceutical industry. The benefits of EBRS deployment to compliance, cycle time, efficiency and costs are in conflict with massive change management efforts and investments required for system deployment. Until now, the cost-benefit evaluation for these solutions is difficult. Existing evaluation modes are inadequate since they (i) primarily rely on using investment costs, (ii) neglect intangible performance measures, (iii) leave out performance deteriorations, (iv) are not available for different EBRS implementation designs and (v) do not consider the effects from structural, process technological and organizational differences of the company. he study compares the benefits and weaknesses for selected generic EBRS/MES (Manufacturing Execution System) solutions types. The results aare the outcome of a survey with several experts from ten different multi-sites pharmaceutical companies and organizations. The participants of the survey were asked to assess five different EBRS/MES solutions types on a set of evaluation criteria. Each of the selected EBRS/MES solutions type differs in its vertical and horizontal integration depths of the EBRS/MES with other information technology systems and process automation and in the automation degree of the batch documentation process. The study supports decision makers in finding the most effective batch recording solution optimizing their operations and supply chain performance taking both, specific technical integration needs and organizational structures, into account. The reader gains insights into possible improvements in costs, flexibility, quality, information transparency and speed through EBRS deployment. Furthermore, important take-aways for a successful implementation as well as estimated investment efforts are presented.