Report on market research for single – use single – use technology / equipment for 2022

DUBLIN, June 8, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The report “Technology Market / Disposable Equipment Upstream by Product Type, Scope and Key Geographical Regions: Industry Trends and Global Forecasts, 2022-2035” has been added to’s supply.

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The Bioprocessing / Disposable Technology Market report includes an in-depth study of the current landscape and the likely future potential of developers of disposable technology and equipment upstream over the next 15 years. The study also includes an in-depth analysis that highlights the capabilities of various industry stakeholders involved in this field.

One of the key objectives of the report was to understand the main drivers of growth and to assess the future size of the upstream chain of disposable technologies / equipment. Based on a number of parameters, such as the overall market for upstream bioprocessing equipment and the share of disposable technology, we provided an informed assessment of market developments for the period 2022-2035.

Over time, biologics have gained considerable popularity due to their therapeutic efficacy, favorable safety profiles, and ability to treat a wide variety of indications for diseases that are otherwise difficult to treat. The success of these interventions has led stakeholders to modernize traditional technology for the production of organic products. Demand for increased productivity and flexibility, greater profitability and faster time to market further stimulates the replacement of traditional stainless steel equipment with disposable technologies.

These technologies have been well accepted for a relatively short period of time and have become an important tool in the development of various biotechnological processes. In addition, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led the biopharmaceutical industry to move to disposable technology. These technologies not only reduce the footprint requirement, but also eliminate the cost of cleaning at the development stage.

In addition, single-use technologies have the potential to address a number of challenges associated with traditional bioprocessing systems and offer a variety of additional benefits, such as reduced water and energy consumption (by ~ 45%), lower initial investment costs (with 40%), less time to process organic products (by 33%), reduced risk of cross-contamination (by 8%) and increased potential for cost savings (by 30-40%).

In addition to other elements, the study includes:

  • Detailed assessment of the overall market landscape of disposable bioreactors based on a number of relevant parameters, such as scale of work (laboratory, clinical and commercial), cell culture system type (2D culture and 3D culture), cell culture type (mammals, insects) , microbial, viral, plant, etc.), type of molecule (vaccine, monoclonal antibody, recombinant protein, stem cells, cell therapy, gene therapy, etc.), key features (touch screen, remote monitoring, construction – in sensors to control the system , electronic diary, alarm system), field of application (stem cell research, cancer research, regenerative medicine, drug discovery, etc.) and end users (pharmacy / biopharmacy, contract manufacturing organization, contract research organization and academic institutes ). In addition, it provides details on disposable bioreactor companies, highlighting their year of establishment, company size and geographical presence.

  • Detailed assessment of the overall market landscape of disposable mixers based on a number of relevant parameters, such as scale of work (laboratory, clinical and commercial), type of mixing system (liquid / liquid, solid / liquid and powder / liquid), molecule type vaccines, biological products, biosimilar and monoclonal antibodies), key features (visual display / touch screen, ease of use / scalability, built-in sensors for system management and process automation) and scope (media preparation, formulation, preparation of buffer, viral inactivation, etc.). In addition, it provides details on disposable bioreactor companies, highlighting their year of establishment, company size and geographical presence.

  • Detailed assessment of the overall market landscape of disposable sensors based on several relevant parameters, such as sensor type (conductivity, flow, pH, pressure and temperature), type of bioprocessing, measuring range, operating temperature, sterilization technique, material used ) and field of application. In addition, the chapter provides details of the companies involved in the development of disposable sensors, including information on their year of establishment, company size and geographical presence.

  • An overview of the overall market landscape of other disposable technologies, such as filters, sampling systems and connectors.

  • Detailed analysis of the competitiveness of disposable bioreactors, disposable mixers and disposable sensors, taking into account several relevant parameters. For single-use bioreactors, the parameters to be considered include product applicability (cell culture type, molecule type and field of application) and product strength (cell culture system type, scale of action and key characteristics). For single-use mixers, the parameters to be taken into account include the applicability of the product (type of mixing system, type of molecule and field of application) and strength of the product (scale of action). For disposable sensors, the parameters to be taken into account include product specificity (minimum operating temperature, maximum operating temperature, type of calibration and type of sterilization technique) and strength of the product (application area and type of bioprocessing).

  • Tabular profiles of key players providing disposable biological treatment technologies based in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Each profile includes an overview of the company, information on financial results (if available), a portfolio of services, a product portfolio, the latest developments and an informed perspective for the future.

  • In-depth analysis of various patents that have been filed / granted for single-use upstream bioprocessing technology, up to December 2021Highlighting key trends related to these patents for different types of patents, year of publication, year of application, participating issuing authorities, type of organization, emerging focus area, age of patents, CPC symbols, lead recipients (in terms of number of patents issued / filed), patent characteristics and geography. It also includes a detailed comparative analysis of patents and an in-depth analysis of the assessment.

  • A detailed analysis of the brand positioning of key players in the industry (including disposable bioreactor developers, disposable mixer developers and disposable sensor developers), highlighting current perceptions of their patented products, taking into account several relevant aspects , as the experience of the manufacturer, number of products offered, product variety and number of published patents.

  • Insightful analysis of the cost and time saving potential of disposable biological treatment technology.

  • Informed assessment of the current and future scenario for demand and supply of disposable biological treatment technologies for the period 2022-2035

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