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Thursday, December 2, 2021
11 am EST | 8 am PST | 4 pm GMT

 

Abstract

Mass customization manufacturing methods have been applied to process equipment creating uniquely designed, nearly degradation-free totes, carts, bio-containers, and clean room furniture. Products constructed from non-metallic materials provide an advantage through easy customization as well as by eliminating degradation seen on stainless steel units when using traditional cleaning products. Customization benefits and opportunities will be discussed, as well as durability and material benefits of non-metallic plastic solutions.

Speaker
 

Derek Masser.jpgDerek Masser
Director of Business and Market Development,
Fluid Management

Derek Masser has worked with single-use products in the Biotech and Pharmaceutical industries for 16 years. In that time, Derek has been a key contributor in the development and positioning of single-use bioprocess containers, sterile sampling systems, and single-use mixing systems. Throughout this effort, he has worked with teams around the world to design and deploy these unique products. Derek earned a B.S. in Business and Marketing from Penn State University. Currently, Derek is the Director of Business and Market Development - Fluid Management for Repligen.