The CMO Market Outlook: Emerging markets, key players and future trends

Date: November 22, 2009
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The CMO Market Outlook: Emerging markets, key players and future trends
Falling productivity and patent expiries are placing increasing pressure on pharmaceutical companies to reduce fix costs including large manufacturing facilities. Sponsors are turning to CMOs in search of time and cost savings and as a way to flexibly manage outsourced manufacturing. Meanwhile the threat of overcapacity combined with inevitable program cancellations following mega-mergers resist the market. The CMO Market Outlook analyzes the market dynamics, drivers and resistors and assesses the structure of the market. China and India are discussed as destinations for outsourced manufacturing including analyses of regulatory changes and patent protection. Industry strategies are detailed and critically examined. Key players in the global, Chinese and Indian markets are also assessed. The industry trends are examined and used to map out the future of the industry including the impact on the landscape of players.

Key Features of this report

Sizes the CMO market, including a breakdown of primary secondary and biomanufacturing with forecasts to 2014.

Details market drivers and resistors against the background of pharmaceutical market dynamics.

Separate forecasts to 2014 of the Chinese and Indian API and finished dose markets.

Profiles the key global players in the CMO market as well as those in China and India.

Examines key industry strategies in the context of the market trends.

Reveals trends and their effects on the future of the industry

Key benefits from reading this report
  • Save time and money in research with the report’s up to date review and analysis of all the important trends in contract manufacturing.
  • Develop deeper insight into the size and growth of the global CMO industry by utilizing the report’s market forecasts.
  • Assess your organization’s outsourcing strategy and understand how manufacturing costs can be reduced in the future by forming alliances with CMOs and moving manufacturing to offshore destinations.
  • Identify the leading players in the CMO market, including Indian and Chinese providers.
  • Anticipate where the future CMOs will be placed and make your outsourcing decisions as effective and economical as possible by understanding the current and future contract manufacturing industry dynamics.

Key Market Issues discussed

1. Cost cuts drive outsourcing: Financial pressures brought on by declining productivity and the threat of patent expiries are driving pharmaceutical companies to outsource an increasing range of functions across the value chain.

2. Ensuring regulatory compliance: The sponsor or pharmaceutical company is ultimately responsible for the manufacturing process, whether externally or internally provided. In fact, the FDA considers contract facilities as an extension of the pharma company’s own facility. All facilities involved in the manufacturing or testing of a drug product are required to adhere to the portion of the cGMPs that apply to their operations.

3. Biomanufacturing: An increasing number of top drugs will be biologics, driving up manufacturing demand. Currently, most biomanufacturing capability rests with innovator companies and a few CMOs. Developing resources in this area is a key imperative for CMOs in the future.

4. Strategic outsourcing: The sale of captive facilities means that pharma companies increasingly outsource strategically rather than based on short term need.

5. Globalization / Offshoring to India & China: To become the offshoring destination of choice for drug manufacturing, China and India must comply with Western manufacturing standards to ensure safe and effective drugs. It will have to enforce stronger measurements in controlling domestic suppliers of raw material as well as collaborating more closely with foreign regulatory bodies.

6. While the expanded Asian business potential and outsourcing capabilities offer greater cost-saving and revenue-growth opportunities, Western pharmaceutical companies must carefully navigate the challenges that arise from operating in these regions.Though products made in China and India offer Western pharmaceutical companies attractive price incentives, most Asian CMOs still fail to demonstrate the rigor of regulatory compliance that Western companies demand and their customers expect.

Key findings from this report

The contract manufacturing market was worth $22.2bn in 2009 and will reach $33.7bn by 2014. Biopharmaceutical manufacturing is the fastest growing industry segment.

Sale of captive facilities, cost pressures, the rising number of products in development and the growth of the biopharmaceuticals industry are all driving the CMO market.

Strategic outsourcing often entails establishing longer and deeper relationships with a limited number of providers. Many sponsors are selling their own facilities in order to reduce fixed costs.

North America leads the world in biomanufacturing. Asia’s share of global biomanufacturing facilities is expected to double from 10% in 2009 to around 20% by 2013.

Outsourced manufacturing is shifting from established markets in the West to emerging markets in the East.

Key questions answered by this report
  • What will the size and growth of the global CRO market be through 2014?
  • Which companies are current and future key players?
  • What kind of business relationships will pharma companies and CMOs establish in the future?
  • What are the drivers and resistors of the CMO market?
  • What will be size and growth of the Indian and Chinese API and finished dose markets to 2014?
  • How are Indian and Chinese CMOs placed for the future market?
  • How are CMO service offerings evolving?
The CMO market outlook
Executive Summary
The contract manufacturing market
CMO market analysis
Emerging regions in the CMO market
Key players in the CMO market
The future of the CMO market

CHAPTER 1 THE CONTRACT MANUFACTURING MARKET

Summary
Introduction
Current market drivers
Sale of captive plants
Cost pressures encourage outsourcing
Increasing number of products in development
Consolidation in the pharmaceutical industry
Increase in biopharmaceuticals market
Growth of emerging pharmaceutical markets
Current market restraints
Overcapacity
Financial pressures
Increased competition - low barriers to entry
Conclusions

CHAPTER 2 CMO MARKET ANALYSIS

Summary
Introduction
Primary manufacturing
Secondary manufacturing
Structure of the CMO market
Advantages of small and medium sized vs. large CMOs
Industry strategies
Strategic outsourcing
Diversification
Biopharmaceutical manufacturing
Overcapacity
Pilot plants
Conclusion

CHAPTER 3 EMERGING REGIONS IN THE CMO MARKET

Summary
Introduction
China
Drivers of the Chinese contract manufacturing market
Challenges of the Chinese contract manufacturing market
China’s regulatory framework
Intellectual property protection
Counterfeit drugs
China’s major contract manufacturing organizations
CMOs offering finished drugs services
Biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing in China
India
Size of the Indian CMO market
Patent situation and implications for foreign direct investment
Challenges in current patent law
India as a preferred offshoring destination
The new, integrated business model of Indian CMOs
Challenges facing the CRAMS business model
Expansion strategies of India’s major contract manufacturing organizations
Conclusions

CHAPTER 4 KEY PLAYERS IN THE CMO MARKET

Summary
Introduction
Methodology
Catalent
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Lonza
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Boehringer Ingelheim (BI)
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
DSM
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Evonik
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Patheon
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Jubilant
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
BASF
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Fareva
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals
Wockhardt
  Company profile
  Business description
  Partnering collaborations and recent deals

CHAPTER 5 THE FUTURE OF THE CMO MARKET

Summary
Introduction
Strategic partnerships
Biomanufacturing
Disposable equipment
Offshoring
Market outlook

CHAPTER 6 APPENDIX

Selected bibliography
Index

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1.1: Contract manufacturing market ($bn), 2006-14e
Figure 1.2: Pharmaceutical manufacturing process
Figure 1.3: Services performed by CMOs and CDMOs
Figure 1.4: Number of FDA approvals (NCEs), 1990-2008
Figure 1.5: Number of products in development by phase, 1998-2009
Figure 1.6: The contract biomanufacturing market ($bn), 2009-14e
Figure 2.7: Stages of pharmaceutical manufacturing
Figure 2.8: Outsourced biological vs. non-biological manufacturing market, 2009-14e
Figure 2.9: Sponsors employing strategic outsourcing (%)
Figure 2.10: Installed bioreactor capacity (KL), 2006-13e
Figure 2.11: Geographical distribution of bioreactor capacity (%), 2008-13e
Figure 3.12: Share of pharmaceutical sales growth by region, 2006-09f
Figure 3.13: Chinese API exports, $bn 2007-14e
Figure 3.14: Chinese finished form pharmaceuticals exports 2007-14e, $bn
Figure 3.15: India’s finished dose exports ($bn), 2007-14e
Figure 3.16: India’s API exports ($bn), 2007-14e
Figure 3.17: Indian CRAMS market ($bn), 2007-14e
Figure 3.18: Three waves of Indian opportunity
Figure 5.19: Expectations of outsourcing expenditure change, 2009

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1: New entrants in the pharmaceutical CMO market
Table 2.2: Structure of the CMO industry
Table 2.3: Cost of inaccurate capacity planning
Table 3.4: Selected partnering agreements with Chinese manufacturers
Table 3.5: Selected contract manufacturing/ research deals in India
Table 3.6: Strategic options for Indian pharmaceutical companies
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