Addressing the increasing demand for single-use technologies and supply chain shortages with future-proof systems
We’re pleased to share this new podcast recently published by Downstream Column; a conversation about single-use technologies with Brandy Sargent (Editor, Downstream Column and Cell Culture Dish) and Phil Sanders (Chief Innovation Officer, Agilitech).
According to a new market research study, the global single-use bioprocessing market size is expected to surpass USD 52.5 billion by 2030 – expanding at a CAGR of 16.1% from 2021 to 2030. The adoption rate and demand for single-use equipment continues to grow due to the many commercial advantages of single-use technologies.
This podcast addresses the increased demand for single-use equipment and consumables and how this, coupled with a global pandemic, has led to supply chain shortages, as well as strategies to mitigate supply chain issues in the short and long term.
Listen to the podcast to lean more about:
- Supply chain challenges with single-use technologies
- Strategies to mitigate supply chain issues with single-use technologies
- Flexible brand-agnostic single-use technologies that help to future proof bioprocesses