Bosch North America Pharma Headquarters to host customer open house event

Bosch Packaging Technology, along with the ISPE Midwest Chapter, will be holding an open house at the North America pharma headquarters in Minneapolis, MN on Thursday, October 3rd.

This one-day event will feature hands-on demonstrations of Bosch equipment followed by an educational program at Omni Brewing (Maple Grove, MN). Come see multiple fill/finish lines, the largest depyrogenation tunnel ever built by Bosch, and the GKF capsule filling machine. The educational presentations will include an introduction from our President, Thomas Mauritzen, as well as the latest technology for the manufacture of oral solid dose and injectable medicines from our subject matter experts.

Space is limited, so click here for more information and to register for the event.

Open House Agenda:

  • 1:00 – 3:00 Tour and Machine Demonstrations
  • 3:00 Travel to Omni Brewing Event Space
  • 3:30 – 5:00 Educational Program
  • 5:00 – 7:00 Networking Reception Sponsored by Bosch

Machines on site:

  • FLT + Isolator (Isolated small batch filler)
  • RRN 3065 (Washer)
  • HQL 4560 (Tunnel – largest tunnel ever built by Bosch. 5 heating sections and 6 cooling sections.)
  • FSC 4120 (Liquid filling)
  • GKF 720 (Capsule filler)
  • HQL 4480 (Sterilization)
  • FLC 3080 (Liquid filling and closing)
  • VRK 4120 (Cap crimping)
  • GLT 4040 (Tray loader)


High speed vial filling – drivers and considerations

  • This presentation will address the major factors that influence the design and successful implementation of high speed vial filling equipment projects.

Insights into state-of-the-art isolator and containment isolator technology

  • This presentation will introduce state of the art isolator equipment for aseptic and high potent drug manufacturing. Attendees will learn about the barrier system equipment selection process, design concepts, qualification aspects, aseptic processing, and transfer technology.

The evolution of the flexible filler platform and final fill technology of the future

  • New nest and tray-based ready-to-use packaging material options are enabling more robust aseptic filling processes through more advanced automation. This presentation will review concrete examples of how combined processing has been implemented for a variety of container type combinations to date and look ahead to key characteristics of the flexible final fill platform of the future.
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