The collaboration brings together Pfizer's aseptic drug product process expertise and Jacobs' capabilities in modular engineering, fabrication, and testing to create a Rapid Deployment Module (RDM) that integrates modular equipment, fully-automated control systems and single-use technology for bags, mixers, sterile connectors, manifolds and filters. The portable system is scalable for different batch sizes, adaptable for various products and can be rapidly deployed, and offers significant cost and schedule advantages compared to large manufacturing facilities with fixed equipment and limited flexibility.
In making the announcement,
The production systems are currently in their final stages of validation at a number of local pharmaceutical manufacturing sites around the world.
Jacobs is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers of technical professional and construction services.
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