Agilitech is a pioneering partner to the biotech industry. The company helps to drive progress by designing and implementing state-of-the-art equipment and bioprocessing systems for biotech research labs through to full-scale production, along with game-changing bioprocess engineering and automation services.
In a fast-moving industry that is constantly evolving, Agilitech has the flexibility and experience to tailor its offerings to the specific requirements of each and every customer. A transformative product design and engineering process is what makes Agilitech single-use bioprocessing technologies unique and ensures that the company’s solutions meet the exact needs of each and every customer. Through front-end planning and collaborative product design with end users, Agilitech delivers truly fit-for-purpose solutions to real problems.
The need for flexibility in bioprocessing is well documented. Changes in demand, multi-product facilities, and technology advancements are just some of the reasons bioprocessing volumes may increase or decrease. Since, it is not time or ... Continued
This article was originally published in the eBook “ Future proofing Bioprocessing from Upstream to Downstream”. You can download all the articles in the series, by downloading the eBook. Historically, downstream bioprocesses have been simpler than upstream bioprocesses. ... Continued
Gas bubbles in process fluids and buffer solutions are a common yet significant problem in bioprocessing because they can alter the microfluidic environment and negatively impact downstream chromatography steps. They can impede the flow through ... Continued
In this podcast, we talked with Dennis Hodgson and Phil Sanders from Agilitech about the benefits of single-use mixers, dealing with supply chain concerns, ensuring scalability, and tailoring a mixer to meet specific process needs. Benefits ... Continued
Agilitech Single-Use Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) System for Biologics Manufacturing – A Case Study
Manufacturers in the biopharmaceutical industry are facing ever-expanding pipelines and the pressures to increase productivity and long-term sustainability while also rising to meet the challenges of new products with specialized processing requirements. This has led ... Continued
Current expectations for biomanufacturing require downstream systems be responsive and flexible to meet ever changing demands and requirements. A common goal is to create processes that can adapt and evolve over time to meet new ... Continued
Addressing the increasing demand for single-use technologies and supply chain shortages with future proof systems
Phil Sanders talks about the increase in demand for single-use equipment and consumables and how this has led to supply chain shortages....Continued
The one constant in biopharmaceutical manufacturing is change. There is an ever-present need to adapt to new therapeutic modalities, more cost-effective approaches, higher product demands, and now a worldwide pandemic. Thus, the best way to ensure eﬃcient biomanufacturing is to future-proof bioprocesses with ﬂexible systems that enable companies to respond to changing priorities, new opportunities, and increasing demands....Continued