Achema: New answers for the digital pharma factory of the future by Werum IT Solutions
Source: Werum IT Solutions , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed May 16, 2018 6:19 pm

GERMANY. Digitization of processes, integration of software and equipment, operating concepts for the pharmaceutical shop floor or big data and analysis – Werum IT Solutions will present new answers for the digital pharmaceutical factory of the future at Achema from 11–15 June 2018.

“A Manufacturing Execution System, MES, is the first and most important step for pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers on the way to digitizing their production,” says Lars Hornung, Senior Director Global Sales & Marketing, Werum IT Solutions GmbH. “With live demos and interactive presentations, we will inform customers about the latest innovations around our PAS-X MES and Electronic Batch Recording – for example, KPI/OEE, Track & Trace and Finite Scheduling. A world first is PAS-X as a Service: our market-leading MES as a cloud-based solution. It allows pharmaceutical and biotech companies to save resources for their own IT data center and concentrate on their core business.”

Another trade fair highlight is the easy integration of software and equipment using PAS-X MSI Plug & Produce. The machines on the shop floor and Werum’s PAS-X can communicate directly with each other via a standardized, message-based interface. It allows to reduce the integration effort up to 75%. For this solution, Werum was awarded as Best Of at the Industriepreis 2018.

Innovative operating concepts which we know from everyday life will improve the pharmaceutical production and increase its efficiency. Together with its partners, Werum is developing solutions to integrate these concepts into its manufacturing IT solutions. At Achema, the visitors will learn more about the use of augmented reality and wearables in the pharmaceutical production.

With its solutions for Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence (EMI), Werum will show how pharmaceutical and biotech companies can generate knowledge from their production data. This will enable supervisors and factory managers to obtain a deeper insight in the production in real time, as a basis for well-informed decisions and the optimization of processes.

Werum will be present at Achema both with its own stand (hall 11.1-A75) and at Körber Medipak Systems' stand, together with its sister companies (hall 3.1-J72).

Photo Captions:
1. (above)  Lars Hornung, Senior Director Global Sales & Marketing, Werum IT Solutions  GmbH
2. (inset)  For illustrative purposes only (File photo)

About Werum IT Solutions
Werum IT Solutions is the world’s leading supplier of manufacturing execution systems (MES) and manufacturing IT solutions for the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries.

Its PAS-X software product is run by the majority of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical and biotech companies but also by many mid-sized manufacturers. Werum’s manufacturing IT solutions help pharma manufacturers to increase efficiency, improve productivity, and meet regulatory requirements. Founded in 1969, Werum is headquartered in Lüneburg, Germany, and has many locations in Europe, America, and Asia.
www.werum.com

Werum is part of Medipak Systems, the Pharma Systems business area of the international technology group Körber. The Business Area’s companies, Dividella, Fargo Automation, Mediseal, Rondo, Seidenader Maschinenbau, Systec & Services and Werum IT Solutions, are global leading providers of high-quality solutions for the manufacturing and packaging process of pharmaceutical products.

As a Medipak Systems company, Werum provides integrated IT solutions for all phases of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical production – including process development, commercial production, and packaging as well as track & trace serialization. Körber unites around 11,500 professionals in industry-leading companies worldwide, achieving annual earnings of 2.3 billion Euros.

Please visit www.medipak-systems.com, www.koerber.de/en

 

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