The surge in demand for COVID-19 vaccines has presented lucrative opportunities for both innovators and contract service providers having continuous and semi-continuous manufacturing capabilities for biointensification
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Given the growing pipeline of biological drugs, and the rising preference for such therapeutic interventions, the demand for cost-effective biomanufacturing processes has increased. As a result, several innovators and contract service providers are evaluating the potential of continuous and semi-continuous upstream and downstream bioprocessing technologies, owing to their various advantages.
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Key Market Insights
Presently, more than 70 companies claim to have capabilities for continuous manufacturing of biologics
Close to 45% of the continuous and semi-continuous bioprocessing companies are headquartered in Europe; further, around 20% of these companies have established their dedicated facilities in other geographical regions, such as North America and Asia-Pacific.
Over 65% of the installed continuous upstream manufacturing capacity belongs to established players
More than 40% of the global continuous upstream processing capacity is installed in Europe, followed by Asia-Pacific (33%). Further, close to 55% of the capacity belongs to the facilities owned by contract service providers.
Continuous and semi-continuous bio-intensification approach has potential to save ~40% of the overall biopharmaceutical manufacturing cost
By 2030, we expect that adoption of continuous and semi-continuous approach is likely to enable the net, annual cost savings of close to USD 50 billion.