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GEA Process Engineering and G-CON Manufacturing Announce PCMM Collaboration with Pfizer
Date:9/24/2013

ous cleanroom POD systems, this time in a solid dosage form application," states Maik Jornitz, Chief Operating Officer, G-CON Manufacturing LLC. "We are privileged to work with Pfizer and GEA and look forward to achieving the goals of the consortium."

This first-of-a-kind system would have the potential to transform the future of pharmaceutical process development and manufacturing while providing the flexibility needed to address the evolving portfolio requirements for in-country and small-lot manufacturing. Additionally, it would have the potential to allow product development, clinical supply manufacture, and commercialization to take place using identical processing equipment, thereby simplifying process transfer, eliminating scale-up and significantly reducing API consumption during the development process. The platform would ultimately have the potential to support a fast-response, low- inventory supply chain as well.

Upon successful completion of this initiative, GEA and G-CON will work with Pfizer to deploy this complete solution of components and the POD facility globally.

“This new OSD manufacturing paradigm will achieve significant cost savings and simplified technology transfer/scale-up from R&D to commercial manufacturing,” said Rod MacKenzie, Senior Vice President and Head of PharmaTherapeutics R&D at Pfizer. “Using the same equipment for development, clinical supplies, and commercial production is expected to maximize efficiencies in manufacturing across the enterprise.”

To more rapidly advance and develop this vision, Pfizer, GEA and G-CON will further explore opportunities to partner with additional, interested companies.

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