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Thermo Fisher Scientific and Glatt: Continuous twin-screw granulation and drying  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (Karlsruhe, Germany; www.thermoscientific.com) today announced a collaboration with integrated process technology provider Glatt Process Technology GmbH (Binzen, Germany; www.glatt.com) to deliver continuous twin-screw granulation and drying solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. Together, the two companies provide a one-stop solution for satisfying customer demands from powder handling to tablet production. “To improve performance and yield in production processes, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly adopting continuous processing, especially for granulation,”, says Markus Schreyer, vice president and general manager of the Thermo Fisher Scientific’s material characterization business. “Our customers have confirmed that twin-screw granulation is the next step in continuous processing because it simplifies scaleup, and we’re able to offer a comprehensive twin-screw granulation portfolio to meet their specific needs, from research and development to production.” While many pharmaceutical companies still use batch process technologies, interest in continuous processing has increased because companies want to further reduce manufacturing costs and improve performance.…
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