In the first quarter of 2019, the Global Health & Pharma Magazine rewarded us with the Technology Award 2018!
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PP4CE will be exhibiting at the 2019 ISPE Europe Annual Conference, April 1 – 3, 2019 at the Clayton Hotel on Burlington Road in Dublin, Ireland.
At this conference the attention will go to:
BREXIT will bring some uncertainty to pharma operations in Europe. New product types such as biologics and personalised medicine will increase pressure to develop innovative solutions for factory building and engineering solutions.
The Executive Forum will highlight these limitations and also look at how other branches shape innovation. Our programme features top speakers from Astra Zeneca, GE Healthcare, Pfizer, Wuxi Biologics, University St. Gallen, and the former Ministry of Health and Economy Ireland.
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PP4CE Booth 58!
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Also on the EHEDG world congress in London PP4CE is active and present as a gold sponsor.
Food Safety and Hygienic Engineering and Design are important topics and building High Care facilities is one the multiple disciplines PP4CE is focussed on! Geerd Jansen with Stulz colleagues Ton en Thomas on the exhibition area today and tomorrow.
That was a special meeting at the start of the international conference ISCC’18, which takes place this year in the Netherlands, organized by the VCCN!
FRTL: Thomas Steinberg (KAM Stulz), Krikor Djabourian (MD Middle East GCSS and our PP4CE distributor), Erik Stuiver (President VCCN) and Geerd Jansen (MD Brecon International).
This week, Brecon International received a nice assignment with its PP4CE organization. Together with her HVAC partner Stulz, from the German city of Hamburg, they will realize a cleanroom in Silicon Valley, USA.
One expects a qualification and complete delivery of the cleanroom in March 2019. In this case it concerns a smaller unit of approx. 350 m2, ISO 14644 class 7, built on an existing location of the client, active in the micro-electronics market, which for the time being does not want to go public.
The management of Brecon International is of course very enthusiastic about the results achieved in the start-up period of the international alliance PP4CE. Several partners will also be able to supply or install their services and / or products in the US.
In September PP4CE will present itself internationally as a sponsor of the ISCC 2018. The International Symposium on Contamination Control, held from 22 to 26 September in The Hague, will be visited by a large number of international specialists in the field of ‘Controlled Environment’.
Ofcaurse the PP4CE management is happy to be able to inform the visitors about the first results!
Based on the actual NDA agreement we are not in the opportunity giving more detailed information, nevertheless we are very glad with an achieved result! After months of preparation and negotiation we now can inform you as follows:
“PP4CE is given the assignment, this week, for the design and realizing all engineering activities of a cleanroom, to be built in the German Bavarian area. It concerns a semi-conductor-related cleanroom, to be built in two consecutive phases, with a total area of approximately 2.300 m2. The globally working client makes one of his existing branches fully available to realize this project, in order to start up new EMS activities.
The commissioning of the ISO 14644 class 7 cleanroom is planned for the end of March 2019.
Following this engineering assignment, further discussions will be held for the actual realization of this beautiful turnkey project by the PP4CE organization in the coming period. News about this beautiful project will follow a.s.a.p. in more detail, when possible.”
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Mead Johnson Nutrition (MJN) is a well-known producer of baby food (milk powder). At the location in Nijmegen, various raw materials are processed into this high-quality products. A large part of these products find its way to the Chinese market. For a redevelopment of the current location we delivered multiple cranes to create a hygienic working environment. This project was part of our activities within the PP4C consortium.