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Lessons From: Fast to Market
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Lessons From: Fast to Market

How is a pharmaceutical giant using a food & snack manufacturing process to speed up the making of medicine?

The faster medicine can be made, the faster it can get to the patients who need it. Pfizer, a leader in pharmaceuticals, is taking a cue from food and snack makers.

Food and snack makers often use a process called “continuous manufacturing,” meaning materials are in constant motion and transformation, making the entire product journey faster and more seamless. Pfizer wants the pharmaceutical industry to catch on: They partnered with a food processing equipment manufacturer and a modular room designer to implement portable continuous miniature and modular (PCMM) manufacturing units.

Leaning on IoT technology from AT&T Business, manufacturers can gain deeper insights into the manufacturing system and give the right information to front-line staff. To learn more, watch the full video above.

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