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Using Technology to Mitigate Risks in Chemical Manufacturing

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Chemical manufacturing is about transforming materials from one form/state/type to another, and during the process, some of the base raw material characteristics are inherited by the semi-finished or finished goods. Having to retest for those characteristics independently on the finished goods imposes undue cost and effort burdens on quality and compliance departments.

In this white paper, learn how to:

  • Manage active ingredients throughout your operation in order to buy raw materials and cost finished goods more precisely by potency.
  • Scale formulas up or down, automatically, by the identification of potent ingredients.
  • Track lot inheritance.
  • Define product sequencing, which is evaluated based on multiple characteristics, to reduce downtime and changeover costs in the production schedule.

This white paper uses the word “potency,” but some process industries may use the terms assay, concentration, or others.

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