Celebrating change

On Thursday, January 16th, Syntegon had a global kick-off celebration for the new brand. Over 70 Minneapolis employees started their day off at 5:30am to join …More




Glove Testing Systems – The highest safety for isolators and RABS

Barrier systems such as isolators or RABS play a fundamental role in the protection of people and products in pharmaceutical production. Only tenths of a millimeter thick gloves are the most crucial interface in these hermetically sealed units. To ensure that barrier systems are sterile, and processes remain safe, a thorough and regular inspection of the glove integrity is vital. The regulatory requirements for gloves are strict. However, they also leave plenty of choice for suitable test methods. Many facility operators face the question as to which method is suited best for which system.

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Auto-injector assembly: Flexible and scalable production is key

Self-administration of drugs on the rise

PCI Pharma Services relies on RRA assembly machine from Bosch Packaging Technology

The injectable drug delivery market has experienced a huge change in recent years. Due to drastic changes in lifestyle and the accompanying increase in chronic diseases such as diabetes, the demand for injectable drugs has been growing for decades. This transformation relates not only to the quantity, but also to the way in which injectable drugs are delivered today.

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“Combi Filling Station” – Multiple filling technologies on a single platform

Pharmaceutical drug manufacturers have increasingly a broad variety of products in their portfolios. With so much product diversity, manufacturers would traditionally need multiple filling lines, each equipped with different filling technologies, to accurately handle their range of liquid pharmaceuticals.

The Bosch solution to this challenge is the combination filling station. The “combi” filling station is a highly flexible …More


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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6,100 employees, up to 150 years of experience, one thing is new: our name!

From now on we are called: Syntegon

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www.syntegon.com/numbers

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