In the past, the manufacturing industry primarily focused on designing standardized manufacturing procedures and managing labor and mechanical systems. However, the advent of Industry 4.0 has led to the widespread adoption of technology across various sectors, unlocking numerous benefits. Nevertheless, the life sciences industry has been slow in embracing technology to modernize its manufacturing setups. The pandemic, regulatory frameworks, and the drive for operational excellence are now propelling the adoption of smart manufacturing services.
Life sciences enterprises are striving to unlock benefits such as cost optimization, increased productivity, visibility, and efficiency through investments in vital use cases such as digital twins and predictive maintenance. They are also exploring high-growth opportunities such as sustainable manufacturing, batch-to-continuous manufacturing, and personalized medicine production. As the industry receives investments in smart manufacturing, providers are assuming the role of end-to-end digital transformation partners by collaboratively developing solutions to assist enterprises in their digital journeys.
This report features 16 life sciences smart manufacturing service provider profiles and includes:
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