- Reducing the learning curve thus avoiding the “trial and error method”
- Reducing associated costs
- Guaranteeing the operatives’ qualification in new technology processes
- Starting the production process immediately after the equipment start-up in order to be familiarized with the process operations
One of the main problems we are faced with when improving technology and buying new state-of-the-art equipment is combining the existing capacities (type of process, process time, know-how and training of people, reproducibility, etc.) with new technology.
It is therefore necessary to work on training and technology transfer with the subsequent formula and/or process fitness for new equipment and thus making the most of it. The trial and error method may be a long and too- high cost way to go considering the operatives’ dedicated hours, machines and material used on a production level.
At Ecovida, we offer the necessary support and assistance on GxP considerations applied mainly on manufacture, development and, registration of products, focusing mainly on the layout and processes.