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In the first of three installments of our video tour of our Scottsdale, AZ, plant, Jeff Kyle, Sr. Director Operations and Supply Chain, speaks to what gets him excited about working at West: The knowledge that they are helping to improve the lives of patients by creating innovative drug packaging and delivery systems.
While compliance and standards are a very important part of the Scottsdale manufacturing philosophy, Jason Choi, Project Engineer, says—above all else—West employees keep in mind the patients who will eventually use the components and systems they’re making.
Creating a positive environment of like-minded employees starts with hiring the right people. At Scottsdale, employees dedicate themselves to serving the customer – and the patients impacted by their pharmaceutical products – to ensure products get out the door in time and are safely and effectively delivered to the patients.
Another aspect of that work culture, Kyle says, is the supportive environment in which employees work together, from top management to the technicians. It starts with mutual respect for everyone’s ideas in meetings – fostering a climate in which everyone feels, “we’re in it together” and a sense of ownership of the products they’re making as a team.
According to Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), in the US about 110,000 people are waiting for organs right now and about 20 patients die each day waiting for a transplant<sup>1</sup>. Due to shortage of donors and requirements for matching, there is a huge demand for manufactured tissues and organs. Bioprinting has emerged as a very promising tool for solving this major unmet need in healthcare.
End-of-line rejections or sterility failures can affect drug availability and patient safety. As drugs evolve, demands on packaging systems increase. To meet the increasing quality needs of customers, West has introduced a line of superior quality elastomeric stoppers: Daikyo D Sigma components.<br />
We are excited to share that West has been recognized for "Best Bioprocessing Supplier: Fill-Finish" at the Asia-Pacific Bioprocessing Excellence Awards 2022, the India Biologics and Vaccines Outstanding Industry Awards 2022, and the Korea Bioprocessing Excellence Awards 2022.
At West, we are by the side of our team members - supporting your training and development needs, providing opportunities to advance in your career and reach your full potential, while maintaining your well-being and work-life balance. In our Team Member Spotlight, learn more about what it is like to work at West and hear about the experiences and careers of some of our team members around the world.