Let’s say your organization has internal manufacturing capabilities, but not enough available capacity. As a result, your company engages a CMO as a secondary supplier to augment the supply manufactured in-house. The needs your company has in a CMO are different from those of drug sponsors that outsource all manufacturing. It also means your CMO selection criteria are different.Read more at Life Science Leader, and check out our Development and Commercial Manufacturing Outsourcing Models to determine the model that’s best for your company’s needs.
Vice President of Market Research at Industry Standard Research Kate Hammeke explains why outsourcers should focus on the reasons their company is outsourcing before considering selection criteria or specific companies. From Life Science Leader: