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PAT in large-scale dairy processing

Posted: 26 April 2013 | Tristan Hunter, Technical Manager – Strategy, Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd | No comments yet

Open any magazine aimed at the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry and there are regular references to Process Analytical Technology (PAT). There has been a significant focus on this area ever since publication of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) report in 20041 encouraging the pharmaceutical industry to adopt PAT. Touted benefits include process optimisation, improved product consistency, reduced downgrade and even real-time release of product to market.

Open any magazine aimed at the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry and there are regular references to Process Analytical Technology (PAT). There has been a significant focus on this area ever since publication of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) report in 20041 encouraging the pharmaceutical industry to adopt PAT. Touted benefits include process optimisation, improved product consistency, reduced downgrade and even real-time release of product to market.

Open any magazine aimed at the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry and there are regular references to Process Analytical Technology (PAT). There has been a significant focus on this area ever since publication of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) report in 20041 encouraging the pharmaceutical industry to adopt PAT. Touted benefits include process optimisation, improved product consistency, reduced downgrade and even real-time release of product to market.

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