Hayleys Lifesciences, a pre-eminent supplier of cutting-edge analytical equipment and consumables,announced its intention to harness the power of its extensive global networkto provide much-needed analytical equipment to the pharmaceutical industry.
Offering end-to-end solutions for pharmaceutical and product manufacturing, Hayleys Lifesciences is ideally positioned to support this domestic expansion and reduce the nation’s reliance on the import of essential medicines. In achieving this goal, the company empowers local manufacturers with analytical equipment of the highest global standards, including British, US and Japanese Pharmacopoeia (BP, UP, JP), while employing software that meets the stringent requirements of 21 CFR Part 11 standardsfor data integrity.
“Our vision is to establish a robust and sustainable pharmaceutical industry that benefits our nation and its people. Given Sri Lanka’s heavy reliance on essential medicine imports and the critical shortages we have faced, supporting the expansion of world-class domestic pharma manufacturing is a national imperative.
“Building upon our decade-long partnership with Shimadzu, a renowned Japanese manufacturer of precision instruments, measuring instruments and medical equipment, we aim to deliver cutting-edge technologiestothe industry – essential to meet international standards,” Hayleys Lifesciences Deputy Managing Director, Athula Wijayananda said.
Marking the culmination of nearly 150 years of innovation, Shimadzu in 2021 introduced the world’s first living analytical instrument – the living LC –incorporatingthe dynamics of human life in technology. Built with the analytical intelligence that can accomplish autonomous operations from starting up instruments to performing analysis and its subsequent shutdown, Living LCs can handle many complex functions without any human intervention via remote monitoring, making them ideal for futuristic smart labs.
Additionally, Shimadzu’s Client Server network facility connects multiple instruments to a centralised control and data management system, which can be seamlessly extended to Laboratory Information Management Systems. This in turn provides total visibility and control across the entire manufacturing process, instrict compliance withindustry standards and specifications.
“The opportunities for growth in the precision analytical equipment industry is immense. By facilitating access to best-in-class technology, and leveraging our extensive services and technical expertise, we can help bridge these critical gaps in supply and demand, thereby improving access to essential medicine for all Sri Lankans,” Wijayananda added.