Lot sizing in clinical trials manufacturing can save more than you think!
Manufacturing lot sizes are often considered as a given constraint when it comes to planning clinical trials manufacturing campaigns for active pharmaceutical ingredient/drug substance (API/DS) and drug product (DP) of most clinical programs.
During the planning of clinical trials manufacturing, the main scenarios that are tested involve challenging the timing of different production runs. Considered as a fixed quantity, lot sizes are only shifted in time in order to find what is perceived as the most efficient plan. However, this also leads to production quantities that may not be optimal given the fluctuations in clinical demand throughout the life of a program, the uncertain nature of clinical demand and the growing stability data.
An end-to-end view of the clinical supply chain can offer a better use of API/DS and production resources within clinical trials manufacturing.
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