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  • 1. Global Contract Manufacturing Trends Rhenu Bhuller GVP, Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology Frost & Sullivan Pharma Contract Manufacturing, Singapore 25-26th October 2010
  • 2. Agenda 2 3 4 5 1 Global Pharmaceutical Market Trends The Global CMO Market Drivers and Challenges Future Trends and Opportunities The Healthcare World is Changing
  • 3. The Healthcare World is Changing
  • 4.
    • Cost Containment
    • Reimbursement changes
    • “ Pay for Performance”
    • Comparative effectiveness
    The Healthcare World is Changing
    • National HC spend more than $100B
    • Expanding medical coverage – 500M rural population
    • $1B direct hospital investment by 2012
    • Quality & service-related press focus
    • Patient “right to choose” in draft NHS charter
    • NHS quality charter
    • Quality accounts need to be published
    U.S. Reform China build-out U.K.
    • Cost Challenge
    • Access Challenge
    • Quality Challenge
  • 5. Demographics Drive Access Concerns Globally...
    • China
    • 1,300 Million population
    • 3 Million hospital beds
    • 2.2 beds/1000 people
    • 1.4 doctors/1000 people
    • 60,396 hospitals
    • Japan
    • 127 Million population
    • 1.8 Million hospital beds
    • 9.9 beds/1000 people
    • 2.7 doctors/1000 people
    • 7,785 hospitals
    • India
    • 1,100 Million population
    • 0.8 Million hospital beds
    • 0.7 hospital beds/1000 people
    • 0.6 doctors/1000 people
    • 13,896 hospital
    • Australia
    • 27 million population
    • 0.213 Million hospital beds
    • 7.9 hospital beds / 1000 people
    • 2.5 doctors/ 1000 people
    • 1,317 hospitals
    • Korea
    • 48 Million population
    • 0.283 Million ho spital beds
    • 5.5 hospitals beds/1000 people
    • 1.7 doctors/1000 people
    • 997 Hospital
    • Taiwan
    • 23 Million population
    • 0.136 Million hospital beds
    • 5.9 beds per 1000 of the population
    • 1.6 doctors /1000 people
    • 556 hospitals
    Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • 6. The Balance Between Young and Old Is Shifting
    • In 2000, 10% (606 million) of the global population was aged 60+
    • By 2050, this will be more than 21% (2 billion)
    • 75% of those aged 60+ have one chronic condition - 50% have two or more chronic conditions
  • 7. Global Pharmaceutical Market Trends
  • 8. Global Pharmaceutical Market . . . A USD880 billion market in 2011 driven by emerging markets
  • 9. However . . . pharmaceutical R&D productivity declines
  • 10. The Global CMO Market
  • 11. Outsourcing across the industry value chain
  • 12. Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Market Segmentation
  • 13. Global Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Markets expected to be a USD 40 billion market by 2014 US – stable, but reducing global share to 35% India – among fastest growing markets, exceeding 10% of global volumes by 2012
  • 14. Global comparisons
  • 15. Drivers and Challenges in CMO
  • 16. Market drivers
  • 17. Recessionary Environment Restraints CMO Expansion Plans to Meet Demand Risks Associated with Safety Issues Threaten Manufacturers Consolidation in Biopharmaceutical Industry Could Result in Cutbacks on Number of Service providers Increasing Competition from Emerging Regions Threatens US Share of CMOs Technology Developments Require Continuous Capital Expenditure from CMOs Market challenges Source: Frost & Sullivan.
  • 18. CMO = cost, competency are key drivers
  • 19. Future Trends & Opportunities
  • 20. Emerging Trends
  • 21. Emerging Opportunity Areas
  • 22. Existing CMO business model
  • 23. Emerging CMO Business Model
  • 24. Partner of choice: The 3 C’s drive choice
  • 25. Industry Best Practices 2 3 1 Conversion of brand awareness to brand preference Customer focused alignment of services Growth built on the strength of long standing relationships
  • 26. Key Collaborations: India
  • 27. Key M & A’s: India
  • 28. Indian Contract Manufacturing Services Market: Drivers, Restraints and Challenges
  • 29. [email_address] Thank you