Manufacturing Standards definition

Manufacturing Standards means, with respect to the API or any Finished Product, cGMP and such additional manufacturing specifications or standards as may be established by mutual agreement of the Company and ERS from time to time.
Manufacturing Standards means the specifications for manufacturing process steps and manufacturing conditions set forth in Attachment 2.

Examples of Manufacturing Standards in a sentence

Hard copy instructional materials adopted by the State Board of Education (SBOE) shall comply with the standards in the latest edition of Manufacturing Standards and Specifications for Textbooks approved by the National Advisory Commission on Textbook Specifications, as applicable.

All starting materials and packaging materials used in the manufacture of the Product shall comply with the applicable Specifications and the Manufacturing Standards (as defined below).

Upon request from Buyer, Seller shall provide Buyer with such documents reasonably necessary for Buyer to document and duplicate the Manufacturing Standards for the Products.

The Beneficiary may make any investment choices permitted under the Contract while the Contract remains in the Accumulation Period.

Ascentage shall manufacture or have manufactured all Product at the Facility(ies) and in accordance with, and shall only release the Products for shipment to Unity which complies with: (i) the Specifications for the Products; and (ii) all applicable Manufacturing Standards and all requirements set forth in the Quality Agreement.


More Definitions of Manufacturing Standards

Manufacturing Standards means, with respect to a Product, cGMP and such additional manufacturing specifications or standards as may be established by the JMC from time to time.
Manufacturing Standards means all applicable specifications, GMP and any requirements of any Regulatory Authority.
Manufacturing Standards means information that describes the processes, procedures and requirements specifically related to the manufacture of any Product. Without limiting the foregoing, a "Manufacturing Standard" may include assembly machine programs; reflow profiles; assembly aids; process flows; standard assembly instructions; process control plan; overall process definition; work instructions; process and machine capabilities; design review report; first article inspection reports; and Quality Improvement Plan.
Manufacturing Standards means GMP and/or QSR, as applicable to a particular Supplied Item.
Manufacturing Standards shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7(b)(ii).
Manufacturing Standards means, with respect to the Manufacture of a Product that the Product: (i) has been Manufactured in accordance with the Master Batch Documentation and in accordance with the applicable Quality Agreement; (ii) at the time of delivery conforms to the agreed upon Product Specifications; and (iii) has been prepared for shipment in accordance with the procedures and requirements mutually agreed upon by the Parties; (iv) has been Manufactured in accordance with Applicable Laws including, cGMP (if applicable).
Manufacturing Standards means Captisol delivered by CyDex under this Agreement: