02 April 2019
Visiongain has launched a new pharma report Global Vaccine Contract Manufacturing Market Report 2019-2029: Paediatric Vaccines, Adult Vaccines, Influenza Vaccines, Therapeutic Vaccines, Downstream Processing, Fill & Finish Operations, Analytical & QC Studies, Packaging, Upstream Processing, Mammalian Expression Systems, Bacterial Expression Systems, Yeast Expression Systems, Baculovirus/Insect Expression Systems, Other Upstream Processing.
The vaccine manufacturing sector has traditionally been conservative in its approach, relying on traditional methods for vaccine production. The vaccine shortages of recent years that were caused by national pandemics (such as avian flu) highlighted the shortcomings of some of these production methods. The increasing demand for vaccines will make it vital for the vaccine manufacturing industry to develop more-efficient methods for producing vaccines.
The lead analyst of the report commented "Major fluctuations in demand are seen in the case of influenza, as was seen during pandemics over the last decade. The shortage of the number of doses was attributed to the slow and low-yielding traditional egg-based manufacturing technology that has been used for several decades by vaccine manufacturers. This egg-based manufacturing method has been meeting the demand for seasonal influenza vaccines but has been inefficient for meeting the rise in the global demand during pandemics.
Several small and large vaccine manufacturers are now exploring innovative technology platforms for improving the scale of production of the influenza vaccine. Most of the recent developments in manufacturing platforms have been for this vaccine type. Thus, the vaccine manufacturing techniques are evolving, and this will stimulate the growth of the vaccine contract manufacturing market during the forecast period."
Leading companies featured in the report include AbbVie, Baxter BioPharma Solutions, Boehringer Ingelheim, Catalent, Charles River Laboratories, Evonik Degusa, IDT Biologika, Lonza, Meridian Life Science, Nipro Corporation and others.
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