Healthcare collaboration to support aseptic transformation

MTX and B. Braun collaboration to offer a complete end-to-end cleanroom solution

The collaboration will help to improve efficiency and reduce costs within aseptic services
The collaboration will help to improve efficiency and reduce costs within aseptic services

Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) specialist, MTX, is collaborating with one of the UK’s leading providers of healthcare solutions, B. Braun Medical to deliver solutions that aid quality, efficiency, and help reduce costs within aseptic compounding activities in the UK. 

The co-operation of the two brands is the first of its kind, combining more than 190 years of experience and bringing together the expert user knowledge in aseptic operations of B. Braun, and the high-specification construction expertise of MTX.

And they will all be delivered using the very-latest MMC approach to provide a faster, more-cost-effective and sustainable building solution. 

MTX Cleanrooms can be delivered up to 60% faster than traditional alternatives, catering for the growing demand for facilities across the country, while ensuring maximum Pre-Manufactured Value (PMV), and state-of-the-art facilities

Combined with the specialist expertise in the manufacturing of injectable products for pharmaceuticals, B. Braun has a unique and real-world understanding of user requirements and aseptic operations.

Leveraging their real-world insight into cleanroom layout and operational excellence for users, we can deliver state-of-the-art facilities that carefully consider equipment design, validation, servicing, robotics, and even automation

Based on this wealth of experience, B. Braun has developed a consulting service to help support aseptic transformation in the UK.

David Hartley, managing director at MTX, said: “We’re immensely proud to be collaborating with B.Braun and together we’ll be able to deliver world-class Aseptic solutions for our healthcare clients.

“Leveraging their real-world insight into cleanroom layout and operational excellence for users, we can deliver state-of-the-art facilities that carefully consider equipment design, validation, servicing, robotics, and even automation.

“B.Braun is a family-owned business like our own and our shared values of innovation, efficiency, and sustainability made it the perfect fit, allowing us to further support our healthcare customers.”

Paul Bradley, general manager at B. Braun, added: “We’re excited to be co-operating with MTX to deliver modern cleanroom solutions for the NHS and healthcare clients. 

“As a supplier of compounding solutions and consumables, we have a real-world perspective of the requirements of aseptic compounding operations, and by linking with MTX and providing our Aseptic transformation knowledge, we’re confident we’ll be able to deliver an exceptional service and unmatched expertise.”

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