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How to transfer products into barrier systems

There are many things to consider when transferring products and materials into barrier systems. It begins with categorizing the pharmaceutical product and defining the aseptic environment. How is my product categorized? What processes and procedures are commonly used? Which room classifications are available? These and many other questions are a first baseline to start with.

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Risk management: must-have for any pharmaceutical company

Quality Risk Management (QRM) is a systematic process for assessing, controlling, communicating and reviewing risks that affect the quality of a medicinal product. An efficiently implemented quality risk management system (QRM) ensures the quality of products throughout the entire life cycles and is an enabler of the Pharmaceutical Quality System (PQS). …more


Xelum R&D on world tour

Bosch Packaging Technology’s Xelum R&D for the continuous production of oral solid dosage (OSD) forms holds substantial potential: since it was first introduced to selected customers in 2018, the compact, innovative machine has attracted considerable interest. …more




Inspiring insights at the PDA in Mainz and Gothenburg

October 9 and 10, 2019, the training for “Best Practices for Glass Primary Containers” of the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) in Mainz entered its third round. After the success of the courses in the past years, participants could look forward to interesting and practice-oriented lectures and an experienced team of trainers this year. …more


5 questions to Matthias Angelmaier – Product manager barrier systems and isolator technology

Today, the processing of highly potent pharmaceuticals is becoming increasingly important. However, this is not the only trend that has an impact on the pharmaceutical industry. In this interview, Matthias Angelmaier, global product manager for barrier systems and isolator technology, not only gives answers to current trends and development opportunities, but also provides exciting insights behind the scenes of a product manager.

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RABS vs. Isolator – Choosing the right Isolation Technology

A major source of pollution in aseptic manufacturing is personal handling. Therefore, the reduction of human interventions in the critical zone leads to higher purity in the products. At some point, every pharmaceutical manufacturer will face the never-ending discussion of RABS versus isolator technology. …more



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