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ADAPTUS – The first Product Platform Architecture in cleanroom design

The cleanroom industry, encompassing sectors such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and semiconductor manufacturing, stands to gain significantly from adopting a product platform approach. This strategy emphasizes developing a competitive set of modular products and services that are easy to integrate, meet future regulatory, market and societal needs, and exceed customer expectations. ABN Cleanroom Technology is the first company to introduce a product platform strategy in cleanroom design.

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[dutch] Persartikel – ABN Cleanroom Technology ontvangt 460.000 € innovatiesteun voor baanbrekend cleanroom concept

Door de totale integratie van verschillende kernactiviteiten in één bedrijf, bekleedt ABN een unieke positie op de Europese cleanroommarkt met oplossingen die volledig productgeörienteerd zijn. De toekenning van 460.000 € innovatiesteun vanuit VLAIO zorgt er nu voor dat ze hun cleanroomexpertise kunnen uitbreiden door de integratie van slimme luchtstromen om de performantie van cleanrooms te verhogen en het energieverbruik te verlagen.

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ABN Cleanroom Technology announces establishment of ABN Labs

ABN Cleanroom Technology, leading provider of productised cleanroom solutions in Europe, is proud to announce the establishment of the new subsidiary ABN Labs. This new company will focus entirely on the laboratory market in various industries, ranging from pharma and healthcare to the high-tech industry.

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WHITEPAPER | Cleanroom-as-a-Service (CaaS) – Advantages of a new business model in productized cleanroom solutions

In this article, we delve into the evolving landscape of the cleanroom industry, shedding light on the potential advantages of adopting a service-oriented business model, Cleanroom-as-a-Service (CaaS). This transition from a product-centric world to a solutions-focused approach has yet to fully unlock its potential in the cleanroom sector. ABN Cleanroom Technology has embarked on this journey to not only deliver cleanrooms but also offer a full turnkey service model.

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ABN Cleanroom Technology provides deep-tech startup Black Semiconductor with a Plug&Play cleanroom

In the dynamic landscape of high-tech startups, Black Semiconductor, based in Aachen, Germany, specializes in developing photonics interconnects for microchips to enable revolutionary performance capabilities. To meet the increasing market demand for their innovative technology, they partnered with Belgian cleanroom supplier ABN Cleanroom Technology to kick-start their production facilities.

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ABN Cleanroom Technology enables ecosystem Health Campus through modular POD cleanrooms

Since 2010, the BioVille incubator at Health Campus Limburg DC has been an incubator for emerging companies in the life sciences sector, with a primary focus on healthcare, including BioTech, MedTech and Digital Health. The campus currently hosts more than 30 companies employing more than 200 people. An extensive ecosystem, for which ABN Cleanroom Technology will?provide turnkey cleanroom solutions.

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ABN Cleanroom Technology invests in antibody production

Limburg-based companies ABN Cleanroom Technology and simAbs are joining forces to make great strides together within the Life Sciences sector. ABN Cleanroom Technology will provide simAbs, which is currently housed at Bioville Health Campus, with a cGMP-certified cleanroom that meets all requirements to run their operations and increase their production capacity.

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A Decade of Smart Partnership: ABN Cleanroom Technology and Smartlog Elevating Cleanroom Insights and Transforming HVAC Assets

In a remarkable journey spanning a decade, ABN Cleanroom Technology has forged a steadfast partnership with Smartlog, marking a pivotal era in the evolution of cleanrooms and HVAC assets towards intelligent, connected systems. The heart of this enduring partnership lies in the ability of the technology to provide real-time data and actionable insights.

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1. Off-site production, on-site assembling

Legolisation means standardisation. Standardisation causes a shift in production. Work is carried out in conditioned spaces such as factory halls. our cleanrooms are manufactured partly or entirely off-site, which means huge savings on transport costs and reduction of inconvenience on-site