Manufacturing Capabilities in a Hema pharma are where the drugs are produced, packaged, and
distributed. These facilities must adhere to strict regulations and guidelines to ensure that
the drugs produced are safe, effective, and of high quality.
Pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities can range from small, specialized operations to large,
complex facilities that produce a wide range of drugs. Here are some of the main types of
manufacturing facilities found in pharmaceutical companies:
Our capabilities include:
- Active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing facility:
This type of facility produces the active ingredient in a drug, which is then used to make
the final product. API manufacturing is typically a complex process that involves multiple
steps and can take several months to complete.
- Formulation manufacturing facility: This type of facility takes
the API produced in an API manufacturing facility and turns it into a final product, such as
a tablet or capsule. This process involves mixing the API with other ingredients, such as
fillers, binders, and coatings.
- Packaging and labeling facility: Once the final product is
produced, it is sent to a packaging and labeling facility, where it is packaged in
appropriate containers and labeled with all necessary information, such as the drug name,
strength, and dosage instructions.
- Sterile manufacturing facility: Some drugs must be produced in a
sterile environment to prevent contamination. Sterile manufacturing facilities are designed
to minimize the risk of contamination during the production process.
- Quality control (QC) laboratory: QC laboratories are responsible
for testing the drugs produced in the manufacturing facilities to ensure that they meet all
regulatory requirements and are of high quality.