Better Trained Operators on Production Floor Can Improve Bottom Line
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Having better trained operators on the pharmaceutical production floor can help improve a company’s bottom line and would allow a better handling of fixed costs. It would also help drug product recalls.
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