Commercial dose companies form a critical component of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry’s value chain. Commercial dose form manufacturing follows API manufacturing to produce the final dosage form (FDF) such as tablets, capsules and injectables.

Commercial dose companies in contract manufacturing help in quickly scaling up production for the commercial launch of drug products.

Discover the leading commercial dose companies in contract manufacturing

Pharmaceutical Technology has listed some of the top commercial dose companies in contract manufacturing based on our insights and extensive expertise in the sector. The list includes companies that offer various products and services including tablet compression, granulation, coating, encapsulation, over-encapsulation, and single and bi-layer tablet formation.

These companies offer services such as commercial dose manufacturing services, analytical testing, validation and testing, and regulatory guidance, among others.

The information contained within the download document is designed for pharmaceutical executives, product and procurement managers, regulatory solutions consultants, and any other individual involved in commercial dose production in the pharmaceutical industry.

The download contains detailed information on the providers and their services and solutions, alongside contact details to aid your purchasing or hiring decision.

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Contract manufacturing of commercial doses

Commercial dose companies in contract manufacturing enable pharmaceutical companies to meet commercial drug launch timelines. They provide other services such as technology transfer, and supply chain management and ensure regulatory compliance.

The companies enable the production of commercial packs in bulk, in addition to providing other services such as quality control, packaging and warehousing. Commercial dose companies need to be highly flexible and quick in adapting to the various demands of pharmaceutical companies and offer cost-effective and tailor-made solutions that enable the smooth launch of new drug products in the market.

Contract manufacturers that have certifications from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) such as ISO 9001 and  ISO 13485 are more likely to be trusted and chosen to manufacture their products by pharmaceutical companies.