AST at the ISPE Aseptic Conference

AST at the ISPE Aseptic Conference
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Interested in learning more about current and future trends in aseptic manufacturing? The 2019 ISPE Aseptic Conference on March 18th and 19th in Bethesda, MD is a must attend conference. This year’s conference will be touching on industry hot-button topics such as: aseptic robotics in cleanrooms, Annex I updates, product development strategies, disposable technologies, and advanced technologies for legacy and future facilities to name a few. AST is excited to be exhibiting at the conference and invites you to stop by booth #814 to discuss your application with our team of experts at the show.

Tacoma, WA – AST is excited to be exhibiting at the 28th annual ISPE Aseptic Conference on March 18th & 19th in Bethesda, MD. The conference this year is heavily focused on the advancement and deployment of robotic systems within aseptic production environments. Various presentations and an industry panel discussion will highlight and discuss various major installations, retrofitting of existing filling lines and robotic vs. simple automation. AST has been on the fore-front of advancing robotic technologies for well over a decade, and developed robotic systems such as the ASEPTiCell and GENiSYS R that leverage the advantages of robotics in challenging aseptic applications. “It’s exciting to see industry discussing and embracing the advantages that robotics have over traditional technologies. The nature of the products of tomorrow are uniquely suited to benefit from the advantages that robotics brings to aseptic fill-finish applications including; flexibility, cleanliness and an overall lower cost of ownership” says Josh Russell AST’s Director of Business Development.

AST will be exhibiting at Booth #814 where we will have our product experts showcasing our ASEPTiCell and GENiSYS R robotic aseptic fill-finish systems. We invite you to come visit with us to learn more about our exciting system developments and how they solve critical industry challenges.

For additional information about the conference and the agenda click here.