Bosch Packaging Technology is pleased to share that AMRI, the global contract research and manufacturing services provider, is promoting the installation of their FXS 5100 filler from Bosch with a corporate video. The high-speed installation for pre-filled syringes …More
Since many of the machines and line solutions that Bosch Packaging Technology delivers to the North American market for the fill-finish of liquid pharmaceuticals are designed and manufactured in our center of competency in Crailsheim, Germany, Bosch has established local, dedicated new machine and after-sales support teams to ensure the provision of timely and comprehensive support in the region. These teams are based out of …More
How does a North American CDMO grow from a small legacy facility into a world-class medium-sized facility? We highlight an example in the case study attached. …More
Hermetic packages protect pharmaceutical products from external influences like humidity, oxygen and light. The horizontal flow wrapping machine Sigpack HML allows products such as blow-fill-seal (BFS) vial cards, blisters and various medical technology products including pens and inhalers to be reliably hermetically packaged. …More
For pharmaceutical formulation development, a vast number of excipients are available. Therefore, it is not surprising that different manufacturers develop different formulations even if they are challenged with the same kind of API. …More
Bosch Packaging Technology is exhibiting at this year’s FCE Pharma in Sao Paolo city, Brazil. Visit us from 21st to 23rd of May on booth F021. …More
Bosch Packaging, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of machines for the pharma and food industries, recently opened its new Center for Advanced Track & Trace in Waiblingen near Stuttgart, Germany. The center has a modular design, with the aim to offer existing and potential customers various options for Track & Trace, which will strategically add to the existing range of machines, software and services.
Imagine the shelves and product packages in US shops become smaller. Just unimaginable, because we know the “Big US” and not “Small US”. The worldwide food trends of today change to small formats and take away packages. Consequently, reflected this trend in US-shelves: whether cookies, chocolate or granola – all this is available in small or take away packages.
425 million adults suffer from diabetes worldwide. Insulin producers not only require sophisticated filling technology but also advanced inspection systems to protect both product and patients. …More