Pharma Manufacturer Reduces Risk of Losing Ingredients In Climate Controlled Room Through Control System Upgrade
Pharma Manufacturer Reduces Risk of Losing Ingredients In Climate Controlled Room Through Control System Upgrade

PostedThursday, September 10, 2020 at 12:07 PM

Updated09/10/2020

The integrity and quality of some ingredients for pharmaceutical products are very reliant on the environmental conditions which they are stored in. Failure of the control system regulating the environment could lead to degraded ingredients, increased costs and lost production time. One of our pharmaceutical clients recently realized they were at a very high risk because their Cold Storage Room control system was obsolete, inadequately documented, unsupportable and failing. They asked Malisko for help to mitigate their risks.

Visit our Information Portal to read the full Case Study: https://malisko.com/pharma-mfr-reduces-risk/

The integrity and quality of some ingredients for pharmaceutical products are very reliant on the environmental conditions which they are stored in. Failure of the control system regulating the environment could lead to degraded ingredients, increased costs and lost production time. One of our pharmaceutical clients recently realized they were at a very high risk because their Cold Storage Room control system was obsolete, inadequately documented, unsupportable and failing. They asked Malisko for help to mitigate their risks.

Visit our Information Portal to read the full Case Study: https://malisko.com/pharma-mfr-reduces-risk/

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