Single-Dose Drug Delivery Fill-Finish Facility that is Scalable, Flexible, and able to Deliver up to 45M Units Per Month Delivered within an Accelerated Timeline of Fewer Than 7 Months
Part 3 of Pharmaceutical Technology Post-Webinar Series
ApiJect committed to creating emergency temporary fill-finish capacity for up to 45M doses a month of a candidate COVID-19 vaccine on BFS lines by the end of 2020. All of these BFS-packaged doses could then be used, if necessary, in ApiJect Prefilled Injectors for scalable, single-dose delivery.
Solving Drug Challenges with Innovation, BFS, and a Technology Platform to Create Drug
Part 2 of Pharmaceutical Technology Post-Webinar Series
Learn how ApiJect built its Technology Platform around BFS to create innovative drug delivery systems for the prefilled syringe market and other sterile liquid pharmaceutical delivery formats.
BFS and Prefilled Syringes: A Solution for Complex Formulations
Part 1 of Pharmaceutical Technology Post-Webinar Series
Many countries, including the US, lack the necessary surge capacity to reliably fill-finish and deliver billions of incremental doses of injectable drugs and vaccines during bio-emergencies.
Special Feature: PFS & Parenteral Manufacturing: How COVID-19 Changed the Market
Drug Development & Delivery, Issue: May 2021
Worldwide, the parenteral market is seeing greater emphasis on patient safety. This is driving a strong trend toward unit-dose formats, including Blow-Fill-Seal prefilled syringe, which are now the fastest-growing format for injectables.