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The “Modular Facilities in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Market: Industry Trends and Global Forecasts, 2021-2030.”

·15-min read

INTRODUCTION Industry stakeholders are regularly in pursuit of building strategic advantage(s) associated with product development and production processes; one of the ways to drive this is to establish flexible manufacturing capacity and deploy the associated infrastructure / facilities swiftly.

New York, July 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "The “Modular Facilities in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Market: Industry Trends and Global Forecasts, 2021-2030.”" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p06103094/?utm_source=GNW
Over the past few years, a large number of factors have converged to transform the facility construction paradigm within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. The aforementioned factors include optimization of capital expenditure, reduction of construction timelines, integration of single-use technologies, and the necessity to develop capabilities to support personalized medicine (driven by the need to address therapeutic requirements for rare / orphan clinical conditions). Pre-engineered, modular facilities have emerged as a versatile solution to the abovementioned problem statement. In fact, this approach has been demonstrated to be capable of addressing several challenges, such as weather-related concerns, shortage of skilled labor, labor contract constraints and delays in supply of raw materials. Furthermore, traditional production platforms require extensive investments, in terms of both capital and time. Such facilities also consist of built-in operating equipment attached to the facility substructure, necessitating extensive renovations for equipment upgrade and reconfiguration. On the other hand, in a modular approach, individual units of a facility and the required equipment (which is integrated into the facility design) are fabricated in factories away from the actual location of the facility. Moreover, the aforementioned facility templates are built to be flexible, with provisions for future expansion of area and capacity. This has been shown to significantly improve infrastructure development and installation time. For instance, in 2018, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, in collaboration with Legend Biotech, built a modular, commercial-scale facility, using a hybrid construction approach (which involved a combination of off-site and on-site construction); the edifice spanned 38,000 sq ft and was completed within a record time of nine months. , It is also worth highlighting that the recent surge in demand for biopharmaceuticals due to COVID-19 pandemic has fueled the need for strategic changes in bioprocessing. In June 2020, Sanofi invested USD 554 million in the construction of a state-of-the-art modular vaccine production facility, in Neuville sur Saône, France, with the capacity to produce three to four vaccines simultaneously.

Productivity in the conventional construction has been shown to never exceed 80%; this is usually attributed to logistical delays (transport of building material to the construction site) and inconsistent availability of manpower. On the other hand, in the modular construction approach, productivities of over 100% (up to 140%) have been reported. , This can primarily be attributed to the fact that the latter method is executed in a controlled, fabrication shop environment and much of the fabrication process is automated (which eliminates the excessive reliance on manual labor), thereby, alleviating external risks and minimizing schedule overruns. Next generation construction methods are projected to evolve under the effect of current market dynamics. Several important developments in the pharmaceutical industry are influencing the design and construction of manufacturing facilities. Therefore, companies must retain the flexibility offered by contract manufacturers when they carry insourced projects in-house. Further, the advent of new modalities and next-generation drugs, such as cell and gene therapies and highly potent small molecule active pharmaceutical ingredients, which require specialized manufacturing facilities and equipment while avoiding cross-contamination and ensuring operator safety and protection, adds to need of platforms that are adaptable. Such trends, coupled to the increased pressure to improve efficiency, lower operating costs and acceleration of the drug development process, are considered to be the key drivers of the adoption of modular solutions. Moreover, biopharma industry continues to seek innovative ways of optimizing drug development costs and timelines. Off-site design and modularization demonstrate great potential to provide the industry with the agility to reduce the overall time to market for a particular product.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT
The “Modular Facilities in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Market by Type of Modular Construct (Hybrid Skid, Plug-and-Play, Skid-Mounted, Truckable and Others), Type of Construction Component (Base Building, Electrical System, Mechanical System, Process Equipment, Process Piping, Process Utilities and Other Components), Purpose of Facility (Aseptic Filling, Manufacturing, Research and Development and Others), Facility Area (Very Small, Small, Mid-Sized, Large and Very Large), Scale of Operation (Clinical and Commercial), Type of Industry (Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology), Type of Product (Biosimilars, Cell and Gene Therapies, Monoclonal Antibodies, Vaccines and Other Products), and by Key Geographical Regions (North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and Rest of the World): Industry Trends and Global Forecasts, 2021-2030” report features an extensive study of the current market landscape and future potential of the players engaged in offering services for modular facility construction for biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. The study presents an in-depth analysis, highlighting the capabilities of various stakeholders engaged in this domain.

Amongst other elements, the report features:
A review of the market landscape of modular facilities along with information on their year of establishment, company size (small, mid-sized or large), location of headquarters (North America, Europe, Asia and rest of the world), geographical coverage, GMP compliance construction and type of industry served (pharmaceutical, biotechnology or others). It also includes details related to certifications obtained and COVID-19 related initiatives undertaken by modular service providers.
A review of the market landscape of modular cleanrooms along with information on their year of establishment, company size (small, mid-sized or large), location of headquarters (North America, Europe, Asia and rest of the world), type of industry served (pharmaceutical, biotechnology or others), type of modular cleanrooms (softwall and hardwall), type of modular cleanroom components (air handling units / HVAC system, fan filter units, laminar flow units, air showers, pass throughs, cleanroom furniture / furnishings, plumbing / piping, lighting / electricals). It also includes details related to regulatory approvals and certifications.
An analysis of the partnerships that have been inked by stakeholders in this domain, during the period between 2012 and 2021 (till January), covering facility construction agreements, cleanroom construction agreements, service alliances, service agreements and other relevant types of deals.
An analysis of modular projects undertaken across key geographical regions, featuring information on type of facility, facility area, most active manufacturers, most active clients, location of facility. We have provided a case study on JHL Biotech’s KUBio biomanufacturing facility, which was constructed by GE Healthcare Life Sciences in China. It also includes information on modular projects received by key pharma / biotech players based on location, type and area of facility.
An insightful analysis on facility construction trends in the pharmaceutical industry for the last five years, highlighting facility construction projects established by top 20 pharma / biotech players, along with information on their number of facilities, type of facility, purpose, investments made in modular projects, area of facility and location of headquarters.
Elaborate profiles of key players that provide a wide range of modular manufacturing solutions to pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Each profile features a brief overview of the company (including information on year of establishment, number of employees, location of headquarters and key members of the executive team), details related to modular facility- focused services, modular projects, recent developments and an informed future outlook.
A review of emerging trends, including the combination of single-use technologies / continuous processing technologies with modular facilities, the shift to using smaller, multi-purpose modular facilities, and technological advancements in modular construction processes.
A detailed discussion on the various growth drivers, such as the development of personalized medicines, biosimilars, orphan drugs and the anticipated increase in the adoption of modular solutions in emerging markets by pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical CMOs. It also highlights trends, such as expansion of existing facilities and adoption of modular facilities by emerging start-ups and small companies.

One of the key objectives of this report was to estimate the existing market size and the future growth potential within the pharmaceutical / biotechnology modular manufacturing market. We have developed informed estimates on the financial evolution of the market, over the period 2021-2030. The report also provides details on the likely distribution of the current and forecasted opportunity across [A] type of modular construct (hybrid skid, plug-and-Play, skid-mounted, truckable and others), [B] type of construction component (base building, electrical system, mechanical system, process equipment, process piping, process utilities, and other components), [C] purpose of facility (aseptic filling, manufacturing, research and development, and others), [D] facility area (very small, small, mid-sized, large and very large plants), [E] scale of operation (clinical and commercial), [F] type of industry (pharmaceutical and biotechnology), [G] type of product (biosimilars, cell and gene therapies, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, and other products) and [H] key geographical regions (North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and rest of the world). In order to account for future uncertainties and to add robustness to our forecast model, we have provided three scenarios, namely conservative, base and optimistic scenarios, representing different tracks of the industry’s growth.

The opinions and insights presented in the report were also influenced by discussions held with multiple stakeholders in this domain. The report features detailed transcripts of interviews held with the following individuals (in alphabetical order):
Alan de Zayas (Modular Building Manufacturing and Construction Team, Avon Modular Construction)
François Abiven (Executive Vice-President Global Business Unit BLS and Luca Mussati Vice President, Pharma and Biotech Life Sciences, Exyte)
Maik Jornitz (President and Chief Executive Officer, G-CON Manufacturing)
Pär Almhem (President, Modwave)
Sulogna Roy (Ex Sales Manager, Zeton)
Vernon Solomon (Specialist in Modular Design for Cleanrooms and Close Tolerance Temperature and Humidity Control, Environmental Systems Corporation)

All actual figures have been sourced and analyzed from publicly available information forums. Financial figures mentioned in this report are in USD, unless otherwise specified.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The data presented in this report has been gathered via secondary and primary research. For all our projects, we conduct interviews with experts in the area (academia, industry, medical practice and other associations) to solicit their opinions on emerging trends in the market. This is primarily useful for us to draw out our own opinion on how the market will evolve across different regions and technology segments. Where possible, the available data has been checked for accuracy from multiple sources of information.

The secondary sources of information include:
Annual reports
Investor presentations
SEC filings
Industry databases
News releases from company websites
Government policy documents
Industry analysts’ views

While the focus has been on forecasting the market over the coming 10 years, the report also provides our independent view on various technological and non-commercial trends emerging in the industry. This opinion is solely based on our knowledge, research and understanding of the relevant market gathered from various secondary and primary sources of information.

KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Who are the key service providers engaged in domain of modular construction? What are the current trends fueling the adoption of modular construction solutions in the pharma / biotech industries?
Which key regions are targeted by pharma / biotech companies for expanding their existing facilities and capabilities?
What type of product lines are actively supported by integrated modular solutions in facility design and construction?
What are the recent initiatives undertaken by modular manufacturers in order to overcome the challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Which regions are the current hubs for modular construction service providers?
Which partnership models are most commonly adopted by stakeholders engaged in this industry?
How is the current and future opportunity likely to be distributed across key market segments?

CHAPTER OUTLINES
Chapter 2 is an executive summary of the insights captured in our research. It offers a high-level view on the current state of modular facilities in pharmaceutical and biotechnology market and its likely evolution in the short-mid and long term.

Chapter 3 is an introductory chapter that highlights important concepts related to modular facilities, including a discussion on the historical background of modular construction, the concept of modularization, type of modular constructs available in the market. The chapter also features information on modular construction process, modular construction in pharmaceutical industry, advantages of modular construction, overview of modular pharmaceutical cleanrooms, cleanroom classifications and standards. Further, it highlights information on regulations and standards concerning modular cleanroom construction.

Chapter 4 includes information on close to 35 modular facility providers. It features a detailed analysis on modular facilities along with information on their year of establishment, company size (small, mid-sized or large), location of headquarters (North America, Europe, Asia and rest of the world) and geographical coverage. The chapter also features GMP compliance construction and type of industry served (pharmaceutical, biotechnology or others). Further, the chapter provides information on quality certifications obtained and COVID-19 related initiatives undertaken by modular service providers.

Chapter 5 includes information on more than 170 modular cleanroom providers. It features a detailed analysis on modular cleanrooms along with information on their year of establishment, company size (small, mid-sized or large), location of headquarters (North America, Europe, Asia and rest of the world). The chapter also features analysis on type of industry served (pharmaceutical, biotechnology or others), type of modular cleanrooms (softwall and hardwall), type of modular cleanroom components (air handling units / HVAC system, fan filter units, laminar flow units, air showers, pass throughs, cleanroom furniture / furnishings, plumbing / piping, lighting / electricals). Further, the chapter provides information on details related to regulatory approvals and certifications.

Chapter 6 features tabulated profiles of key that provide a wide range of modular manufacturing solutions to pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Each profile features a brief overview of the company (including information on year of establishment, number of employees, location of headquarters and key members of the executive team), details related to modular facility- focused services, modular projects, recent developments and an informed future outlook.

Chapter 7 presents in-depth analysis on partnerships that have been inked by stakeholders in this domain, during the period between 2012 and 2021 (till January), covering facility construction agreements, cleanroom construction agreements, service alliances, service agreements and other relevant types of deals.

Chapter 8 presents an insightful analysis of modular projects undertaken across key geographical regions, featuring information on type of facility, facility area, most active manufacturers, most active clients, location of facility. The chapter also features It also features a a case study on JHL Biotech’s KUBio biomanufacturing facility, which was constructed by GE Healthcare Life Sciences in China. Further, the chapter provides information on modular projects received by key pharma / biotech players based on location, type and area of facility.

Chapter 9 present an insightful analysis on facility construction trends in the pharmaceutical industry for the last five years, highlighting facility construction projects established by top 20 pharma / biotech players, along with information on their number of facilities, type of facility, purpose, investments made in modular projects, area of facility and location of headquarters.

Chapter 10 presents a comprehensive market forecast analysis, the existing market size and the future growth potential within the pharmaceutical / biotechnology modular manufacturing market, 2021 - 2030. The chapter provides likely distribution of current and forecasted opportunity based on type of modular construct (hybrid skid, plug-and-Play, skid-mounted, truckable and others), type of construction component (base building, electrical system, mechanical system, process equipment, process piping, process utilities, and other components), purpose of facility (aseptic filling, manufacturing, research and development, and others), facility area (very small, small, mid-sized, large and very large plants), scale of operation (clinical and commercial), type of industry (pharmaceutical and biotechnology), type of product (biosimilars, cell and gene therapies, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, and other products) and key geographical regions (North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and rest of the world).

Chapter 11 presents information on emerging trends, including the combination of single-use technologies / continuous processing technologies with modular facilities, the shift to using smaller, multi-purpose modular facilities, and technological advancements in modular construction processes.

Chapter 12 provides information on various growth drivers, such as the development of personalized medicines, biosimilars, orphan drugs and the anticipated increase in the adoption of modular solutions in emerging markets by pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical CMOs. Further, the chapter also highlights current trends, such as expansion of existing facilities and adoption of modular facilities by emerging start-ups and small companies.

Chapter 13 summarizes the entire report. It presents a list of key takeaways and offers an independent opinion on the current market scenario. Further, it summarizes the various evolutionary trends that are likely to influence the future of this market.

Chapter 14 is a collection of executive insights of the discussion that were held with various key stakeholders in this market. The chapter provides a brief overview of the companies and details of interview held with Maik Jornitz (Chief Executive Officer, G-CON Manufacturing), Pär Almhem (President, Modwave), Vernon Solomon (President, Environmental Systems Corporation), François Abiven (Executive Vice President, Exyte) and Luca Mussati (Vice President Technology and Innovation, Exyte), Alan de Zayas (Modular Building Manufacturing and Construction Team, Avon Modular Construction, Sulogna Roy (Ex Sales Manager, Zeton)

Chapter 15 is an appendix, which provides tabulated data and numbers for all the figures provided in the report.

Chapter 16 is an appendix, which consists the list of companies and organizations mentioned in the report.
Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06103094/?utm_source=GNW

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