Chemical and Pharmaceutical
The chemical industry plays a significant role in the economic development of a country and affects sectors such as agriculture, pharmaceuticals, polymer additives and others. Raw materials and energy supplies are falling day-by-day. The growing impact of emissions and waste disposal has encouraged several government agencies to tighten environmental regulations.
Chemical companies must now operate as ecosystems and ensure sustainability, resulting in a reduction in energy and resource consumption. The critical nodes of these ecosystems – raw materials, chemical production, applications and end users – focus on replacing raw materials and maximizing the use of renewable energy, energy recovery, recycling and reuse by end users to achieve the circular economy goal, thus maximizing value and preserving resources.
The pharmaceutical industry is impacted in part by circular economy trends and focuses on discovering, developing, manufacturing and marketing drugs to be administered (or self-administered) to patients, with the aim of treating, vaccinating or relieving symptoms. Pharmaceutical companies treat generic or branded drugs, and medical devices. They are subject to a variety of laws and regulations governing the patenting, testing, safety, efficacy and marketing of drugs. Today, pharmaceuticals are one of the most profitable industries, and drug manufacturers are among the biggest contributors to a nation’s economic well-being.
Some of the most impactful pharmaceutical industry trends, on the technological side, are the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to research and develop new molecules and the use of advanced technologies for the management of the distribution chain, the so-called supply chain.
Albelissa supports chemical and pharmaceutical companies with research and selection of technical profiles to enable their customers to adapt to continuous technological and regulatory changes in production.