Peter D.K. Soelberg

Global Technology Partner - Fill and finish

"The drug delivery field is characterised by increasing home care, a pressure to reduce the cost of healthcare and a focus on improving the patients’ quality of life."

Peter D. K. Soelberg has more than 20 years of experience in aseptic production and the development of primary packaging materials.

Before joining NNE, Peter started his career as a project manager in aseptic production with Novo Nordisk. After obtaining a Six Sigma black belt certification, Peter has driven several complex, cross-functional projects successfully, including primary packaging materials.

Peter D. K. Soelberg acts as a trusted advisor for customers in order to build, facilitate and coordinate relationships at executive and global levels. He has the responsibility of working on an overall solution in larger consulting assignments and provides consultancy services in product development and product portfolio planning. He also gives insights into the industry and regulatory trends. Peter is currently engaged in the industry organisations PDA and ISPE regarding primary packaging materials, aseptic production and combination products.

Drug delivery affects every aspect of the supply chain, value chain and processes.

Peter D. K. Soelberg

What's your view on the industry?

"In the current pharma reality, the ability to provide patients with discrete, convenient and reliable drug delivery solutions – and doing it in a cost-effective manner – is key to continued success. The drug delivery field is characterised by increasing home care, a pressure to reduce the cost of healthcare and a focus on improving the patients’ quality of life. At the same time, it is necessary to cater to the payers and meet the ever-increasing compliance requirements.

A growing number of drug companies are moving into drug delivery – adding resources from outside the organisation to bring the drug delivery experience that is currently missing. However, just hiring people with experience and knowledge does not get the job done. Drug delivery affects every aspect of the supply chain, value chain and processes. Succeeding in drug delivery requires a change of mind-set throughout the organisation, so that those responsible for the development of these systems get the proper conditions to succeed."

Why work in the industry?

"The best possible solution for combination products needs is a solution where primary container, medical device and filling process form a synthesis. It requires expertise, knowledge and hands-on experience within all three aspects to bridge the dialogue between drug substance formulation, device development and aseptic manufacturing.

Combining these capabilities with a strong focus on human factors engineering provides a unique and holistic approach. It enables us to help customers achieve world-class drug delivery solutions. These provide great user experiences, reduce time to market and achieve cost advantages throughout the lifecycle."

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Expert in:

  •  Project management and cLEAN
  • Good manufacturing practice (GMP)
  • Front-end innovation: Human factors engineering/usability studies, user studies, idea generation, industrial design, concept development and selection
  • Quality by Design (QbD)
  • Qualification of filling facilities
  • CMO search and selection. Supply chain strategy, auditing, technology selection and transfer
  • Supply chain development, improvement, and sustainment
  • Aseptic production in filling facilities
  • Test strategy and execution from prototyping to manufacturing stage

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