New Strategies for Managing Single-Use Components

June 15, 2019
Timothy Korwan

Timothy Korwan, Timothy.Korwan@avantorsciences.com, is a director of new product development at Avantor

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Jay Harp

Jay Harp, Jay.Harp@avantorsciences.com, is single-use product manager at Avantor

BioPharm International, BioPharm International-06-15-2019, Volume 2019 eBook, Issue 2
Page Number: 10–13

Dual-sourcing and redundant manufacturing capabilities are crucial in a single-use supply chain strategy, but must be applied correctly.

As single-use systems (SUS) have increasingly been implemented in GMP biopharmaceutical production, supply-chain assurance for SUS materials, components, and assemblies has become even more important. Dual-sourcing and redundant manufacturing capabilities are crucial in a single-use supply chain strategy. However, these tenets of supply-chain management are often misapplied and undervalued, leading to potential risk that can result in delays or even stoppages in critical drug production.

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Article Details

BioPharm International
eBook: Single-Use Systems 
Vol. 32
June 2019
Pages: 10–13

Citation

When referring to this article, please cite it as T. Korwan and J. Harp, " New Strategies for Managing Single-Use Components," BioPharm International Single-Use Systems eBook (June 2019).