Articles by Andrew Sinclair - BioPharm International

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Articles by Andrew Sinclair

User Viewpoints on Disposables Implementation

What end users think about single-use systems.
Jun 1, 2009

What end users think about single-use systems.

Disposables Cost Contributions: A Sensitivity Analysis

Cost modeling provides valuable insights to support strategic decision-making when implementing disposable technologies.
Apr 1, 2009

Cost modeling provides valuable insights to support strategic decision-making when implementing disposable technologies.

Evaluating Disposable Mixing Systems

Drug manufacturers should follow a risk-assessment methodology when selecting a single-use mixing system for product development.
Feb 1, 2009

How to choose a disposable mixing system that fits your particular needs.

Disposable Technologies Implementation: Understanding and Managing Risks

In new disposables projects, it is critical that engineering, procurement, and operations groups work together early on to manage supply chain risk.
Dec 1, 2008

In new disposables projects, it is critical that engineering, procurement, and operations groups work together early on to manage supply chain risk.

The Environmental Impact of Disposable Technologies

Can disposables reduce your facility's environmental footprint?
Nov 2, 2008

Can disposables reduce your facility's environmental footprint? We have compared the environmental footprint of a traditional biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility using fixed-in-place stainless steel equipment, and a facility implementing disposable technologies for cell culture, solution mixing and hold, product hold, and liquid transfer.

Disposables Open Up Possibilities in Facility Design

When a new plant relies heavily on single-use technologies, facility design no longer depends on the process. Instead, other considerations, such as workflows, take center stage.
Aug 1, 2008

In addition to making technical developments, vendors are also looking at ways to improve supply-chain security. By offering standard, off-the-shelf products, vendors are able to shorten lead times and improve the security of supply.

How to Evaluate the Cost Impact of Using Disposables in Biomanufacturing

To understand the overall cost impact of disposable technologies, it is necessary to build a robust model that covers the entire process.
Jun 1, 2008

The current focus on cost-of-goods (COGS) models is underplaying the benefits of disposables technology in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. The best method for accounting for the benefits of reduced and delayed capital expenditures is through the use of NPV analysis.

Disposable Bioreactors: The Next Generation

Apr 1, 2008

Disposable technologies that mimic the conventional stainless-steel bioreactor will be most readily adopted

The Disposables Revolution

The use of disposables has changed significantly in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Feb 1, 2008

The use of disposables has changed significantly in the biopharmaceutical industry.

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