Single-use Bioreactors Market to be Worth $10.3 Billion by 2030

Single-use Bioreactors Market by Product [Systems, Media Bags (2D, 3D), Filtration Assemblies], Type [Stirred-tank, Wave-induced], Cell [Mammalian, Bacterial, Yeast], Application [Commercial (Mab, Vaccine), Research], End User – Global Forecast to 2030

The Single-use Bioreactors Market is projected to reach $10.3 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2023 to 2030. Single-use bioreactors, also called disposable bioreactors, are made of disposable bags instead of a culture vessel. These bioreactors eliminate the need for expensive and bulky clean-in-place (CIP) or steam-in-place (SIP) systems and offer flexibility and a low risk of contamination, contributing to their adoption by pharma & biotech companies. These companies are focusing on organic & inorganic strategies like expanding manufacturing capacity or acquisitions to increase their bioproduction, increasing the adoption of biopharma equipment, including bioreactors.

For instance, in December 2022, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (U.S.) expanded its presence in Hangzhou, China, to support customers' manufacturing needs, enabling them to serve more patients worldwide. This site offers integrated clinical and commercial drug substance and drug product capabilities, including process development, cell line development, biologics drug substance manufacturing and sterile fill-finish. This includes the use of packaging and labeling capabilities. Advanced technologies in the facility include Thermo Fisher 2,000-liter HyPerforma Single-Use Bioreactors and associated Single-Use equipment and, in the future, bioreactor capacity up to 5,000 liters through Thermo Scientific DynaDrive technology.

In March 2021, Pall Corporation (U.S.), a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (U.S.), acquired Pall-Austar Lifesciences Limited (Hong Kong) (a joint Venture between Pall and Austar Group). This acquisition is intended to expand the single-use technology manufacturing capabilities of the company in China for products supporting the scale-up of COVID-19 vaccines.

The rapid adoption of disposable technology in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, growing demand for biopharmaceuticals, and capacity expansion of biopharmaceutical plants are some of the major factors driving the growth of the single-use bioreactors market.

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