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  • GLOBAL Mo-99 SUPPLY CHAIN – MANUFACTURERS

    • The first Mo-99 generator was developed at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA) in 1957.
    • Technetium was the 1st element to be artificially produced.
    • Mo-99 has a 66 hour half life, decaying into its daughter isotope, Tc-99m. Tc-99m has a 6 hour half life.

    Logistics challenges – Various transportation methods are used to deliver generators to the customer. Whether shipping by ground transport, charter flight, or commercial air, manufacturers must contend with many logistical challenges including:

    • Limited flight options
    • Transport index (TI) constraints directly impact cargo capacity
    • Unfavorable weather
    • HAZMAT and security regulations
    • High costs

     

    Manufacturing Mallinckrodt US

    Manufacturer Site Name:  Mallinckrodt
    Location:  USA
    Year First Generator Made:  1973

     

    Manufacturing lantheus

    Manufacturer Site Name:  Lantheus Medical Imaging
    Location:  USA
    Year First Generator Made:  1976

     

    Manufacturing GE

    Manufacturer Site Name:  GE Healthcare & Biosciences
    Location:  United Kingdom
    Year First Generator Made:  1978

     

    Manufacturing ionbeam

    Manufacturer Site Name:  ION Bean Applications S.A. (IBA)
    Location:  Belgium
    Year First Generator Made:  1968

     

    Manufacturing Mallinckrodt ne

    Manufacturer Site Name:  Mallinckrodt
    Location:  Netherlands
    Year First Generator Made:  1968
     

    Processor ANSTO 2

    Manufacturer Site Name:  Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organization (ANSTO)
    Location:  Australia
    Year First Generator Made:  1968