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The 2017 ISPE Annual Meeting and Expo is taking place October 29th – November 1st in San Diego, at Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. Aimed at “Driving Innovation to Advance Patient Therapies, ” it is promising to be an insightful event with many interesting sessions and workshops spread out over 4 days.
- Discover new ideas and solutions to complex pharma and bio pharma manufacturing challenges
- Gain pharma industry support for individual professional and company initiatives
- Hear regulatory perspectives and engage in open discussions with regulators and pharma and bio pharma industry experts
- Network with all levels of the industry – from the C-suite to engineers to regulators
- Access unique opportunities tailored specifically for early career engineering professionals
- Benefit from professional development sessions
Michael Gagne from ARTeSYN will be present and speaking on a panel. Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of an immersive discussion and make sure you attend the 16:15 – 17:45 session “Facility Design Using Standardized Single Use Assemblies.” The session will be rounded up with a panel discussion which Michael will be taking part of.
The event organisers have described the session to address the following:
“The drive for standardisation continues and in the past 12 months, numerous suppliers have adopted the Standard Disposables Design (SDD) approach to standardising single use assemblies.
SDD is intended to be a global solution to the global problem of the reliance on custom assemblies, long lead times, high inventory levels and high costs of disposable assemblies. It consists of simple, easy to assemble assembly designs that end users can source via the internet from a network of global suppliers. Component parts have been carefully selected using feedback from end users and knowledge gained during designing facilities.
In this session, attendees will be hear from a leading expert from one of the major pharmaceutical companies explaining why standardisation is so important to the industry. This will be followed by a talk where you will be taken through a design process of using these assemblies, how the decisions came about in setting up SDD and how the SDD approach speeds up the design process using the SDD design tool. The third and final talk will be where you hear about the program from a supplier perspective, on how SDD helps solve some of their manufacturing and supply chain issues.”
You can register to attend here!
Looking forward to seeing you there!