Posts Tagged ‘Filling/Closing’




Cluster merger strengthens competitiveness

In 2020, Bosch Packaging Technology will reinvent itself. With the planned acquisition by CVC Capital, the processing and packaging technology division will be separated from the Bosch Group and will operate as a medium-sized enterprise. This fits in perfectly with a new and exciting market development: the planned merger of Packaging Valley e.V. (PV) and Packaging Excellence Region Stuttgart e.V. (PEC) into a large joint network. …more


Video: AMRI Showcases Bosch FXS 5100 Filler

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


Bosch Packaging Expands Local Support for Import Projects in North America

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



Product Spotlight: The FXS Combi Filler provides high flexibility when filling individual pre-sterilized components

Pre-sterilized commodities are becoming more and more attractive. The use of pre-sterilized / pre-treated container components has emerged as a promising alternative to conventional primary packaging, adding significant value to streamline pharmaceutical fill / finish. These packaging components eliminate multiple steps in the overall filling process (mainly washing, sterilizing, and preparing containers), thereby helping improve operational efficiencies in compliance to existing regulatory standards. …more


A helping hand for APIs

Active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) help patients. On their way through the human organism, however, they themselves need support. So-called carriers or excipients transport the pharmaceuticals and give them their specific shape. Moreover, …more



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