Vanrx Microcell Vial Filler to make European debut at CPhI Worldwide 2019 in Frankfurt
October 22, 2019 - Featured
Vanrx Pharmasystems will showcase its Microcell Vial Filler to a European audience for the first time at CPhI / P-MEC Worldwide 2019. The Microcell is a gloveless robotic isolator for aseptic filling of personalized medicines and clinical trial supplies.
Vanrx is exhibiting the Microcell in Hall 11.0, Stand B04 at the Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt, Germany from November 5-7, 2019.
The Microcell and the SA25 Aseptic Filling Workcell are the first closed robotic systems for aseptic filling of vials, syringes and cartridges. The pharmaceutical market is increasingly focused on therapies targeted at smaller patient populations. More clinical candidates are emerging thanks to drug platform technologies. Companies are making more drug products for smaller patient populations, creating the need for increased flexibility, agility and speed to market in manufacturing operations.
“Vanrx comes to CPhI with growing acceptance of its Aseptic Filling Workcells from some of the world’s leading biopharmaceutical companies. Visitors to our stand will leave with an understanding of how these systems can support agile production with better sterility assurance, as well as strategic goals of speed to market and reduced facility costs,” says Chris Procyshyn, CEO, Vanrx Pharmasystems.
The Vanrx Microcell is a fully integrated gloveless robotic isolator for pharmaceutical vial filling. It can be used to make personalized medicines, such as cell and gene therapies, clinical trial supplies or complete product development work such as formulations. The Microcell won the ‘Best in Show’ award at Interphex and was named one of the best innovations of 2018 in The Medicine Maker and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing magazines.
About Vanrx Pharmasystems
Vanrx Pharmasystems makes the most technologically advanced sterile filling solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. Vanrx fill-finish machines use robotics, machine vision and gloveless isolator technologies to automate the packaging of injectable drugs into vials, syringes, or cartridges. The company was founded by pharmaceutical industry veterans to create the systems needed to make the next generation of innovative therapies.
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