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28-Apr-2016 - Indian firm Polydrug Laboratories failed to investigate complaints about APIs containing foreign bodies including hairs and insects, the US FDA says in a Warning Letter.
28-Apr-2016 - Aptar Pharma has launched a new counter technology for metered dose inhalers (MDIs) it says can help enhance patient adherence.
28-Apr-2016 - Precision pharmaceutical manufacturing is crucial to the UK’s economy, according to life science minister George Freeman MP.
27-Apr-2016 - WuxI AppTec has a chemical trading network designed to help drug manufacturers source more efficiently.
27-Apr-2016 - AstraZeneca will supply Ironwood Pharmaceuticals with the API and finished dosage form of the gout drug Zurampic under the licensing deal agreed this week.
27-Apr-2016 - [View the story "Live from Interphex 2016" on Storify]
27-Apr-2016 - Fette Compacting has unveiled its first capsule filling machine, which is capable of outputting 400,000 capsules per hour – a new record in the industry.
27-Apr-2016 - Britain’s minister for life sciences has called on the country’s £60bn pharma sector to rally together in support of remaining in the European Union.
26-Apr-2016 - The manufacture of controlled substances has faced increased scrutiny over the years, and as such, fewer CMOs are in the market.
26-Apr-2016 - Almac Group has expanded its serialization capabilities to include its US commercial packaging facility in Audubon, PA.
26-Apr-2016 - 3D printing can make drug production simpler and cheaper according to a UK expert who says using it for commercial production is about “numbering up” not scaling up.
26-Apr-2016 - [View the story "Live from #Biotrinity2016" on Storify]
26-Apr-2016 - The savings will come from centralising manufacturing services and will complement the firm’s cost-saving business division launched last year.
26-Apr-2016 - Regulations, recruitment and facility refits are holding continuous manufacturing back, but a Rutgers’ associate behind J&J’s recent success believes industry can overcome these hurdles.
25-Apr-2016 - The WHO has accused Semler Research of data fraud and said Mylan, Micro Labs, Lupin and Strides and others may need to repeat bioanalytical trials conducted by the CRO.
25-Apr-2016 - GSK has confirmed its new UK plant will continue to supply the US with Ellipta inhalers after capacity at its facility in North Carolina comes online this year.
22-Apr-2016 - Brexit would create regulatory uncertainty, delay the launch of biosimilars and prevent NHS cost savings according to the newly founded British Biosimilars Association (BBA).
21-Apr-2016 - Exco InTouch has formed a strategic partnership with Regulatory Strategies, a data protection and compliance consultancy, in response to upcoming reforms.
21-Apr-2016 - GSK has doubled production capacity for its Ellipta dry powder inhaler (DPI) with a new UK manufacturing plant UK.
21-Apr-2016 - Novo Nordisk has announced plans to expand an insulin production site in France in the latest investment in its manufacturing network.
21-Apr-2016 - Sri Krishna Pharmaceuticals has been hit with a warning letter after the US FDA found problems with quality data at a site in Hyderabad, India.
21-Apr-2016 - The WHO has removed two APIs supplied by Anuh Pharma from its list of prequalified ingredients and announced plans to inspect the firm’s facility in Boisar, India.
21-Apr-2016 - PCI Synthesis has formed a cGMP Advanced Polymer Development and Manufacturing Group after experiencing a growing demand from the industry.
21-Apr-2016 - Industry will be encouraged to adopt continuous manufacturing methods following the regulatory success of Janssen’s Prezista, says Rutgers University associate director and Interphex speaker Doug Hausner.
20-Apr-2016 - Cell therapy and radiotracer production has halted at two facilities operated by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) after consultants raised concerns about quality and manufacturing standards.
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