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Grand River Expands Disposable Technology Capabilities

December 9, 2015

Single-use systems aim to offer cost and time savings, improved safety and quality, and flexibility in process design

Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing, Inc. (GRAM) has expanded its disposable technology capabilities at its FDA-approved manufacturing facility in Grand Rapids, MI.
With the expanded single-use systems, the company aims to offer clients cost and time savings, and improved safety and quality standards, as compared to stainless steel system alternatives. Additionally, there is greater flexibility in process design and risk of client cross-contamination is greatly mitigated. By utilizing disposable technology, manufacturing downtime is also reduced due to the elimination of validation activities that come with the cleaning process.
Steve Nole, GRAM’s director of manufacturing, said, “We’re excited to offer expanded disposable technology capabilities. This will enable us to respond more quickly to client needs and ultimately reduce their costs.”

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