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    Webinar on Lyophilization Technology

    Overview: Lyophilization cycles consist of three phases: Freezing, primary drying, and secondary drying. Conditions in the dryer are varied through the cycle to ensure that the resulting product has the desired physical and chemical properties. Why should you Attend: The fundamental principles and technology are coupled with practical aspects of lyophilization in the training program. Principles and concepts presented are later used to discuss real world pracdtical applications. Speaker Profile: Jerry Dalfors has extensive (40 years) of business administration, consultative, technical and managerial experience in the development and manufacture of highly regulated biopharmaceutical products including injectables, biologics. Contact Detail: NetZealous - Compliance4All, 161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont, CA 94539, USA. Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Email: Event Link :
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    Online Supply Chain Management: Execution

    This online course will arm you with the knowledge of supply chain management along with common terms and definitions, insights into best practices, and knowledge you can use to work more effectively with customers, suppliers, and co-workers.
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    Production Planning, Scheduling And Activity Control Workshop

    Learn proven techniques for planning, scheduling and controlling production activities. Develop the strategy and systems that let capacity and resources be scheduled most effectively.
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    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This three day class is limited to four students to insure lots of individual attention, so each student has ample opportunity to ask questions to address their individual needs. Students are taught how to create a process map to help enable them to identify problems with a particular production line. The class then takes an extensive look at forecasting to provide students with an understanding of industry recommended procedures for reliable forecasting. Next, we examine best practices in sales and operations planning and preparation of the master schedule. We now discuss best practices in materials resource planning (MRP), capacity management, and production activity control to learn how to make the most of what we have to work with. The class finishes up with training in lean manufacturing, just in time (JIT), and the theory of constraints.