Archive for November, 2013


Seminar for pharmaceutical inspectors

Pharma

Bosch supports municipal health authority in Japan
Bosch Packaging Technology K.K recently invited staff members of the Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to attend a seminar at its Funabashi plant focusing on the filling of liquid pharmaceuticals and validation. …more



Innovative packaging meets hygienic filling

Sprout

During an inhouse show Bosch Packaging Technology demonstrated its innovative spirit with the SurePOUCH program: a new packaging design combined with the know-how in hygienic filling of liquid and dry products on a vertical form, fill and seal machine. …more


Safe, reliable and worth every cent: original components from Bosch

Spare Parts

While the demand for high-performance production machinery and spare parts is growing at a rapid pace, it also opens up new markets for product pirates. Even the most durable machine will require individual components to be exchanged throughout its life cycle, and it is no secret that counterfeit components are cheaper than originals. However, replicated parts have a much lower life expectancy and can cause substantial damage to machines and production lines, not to mention health and safety risks for operators. …more


Lead times decreased by up to 90 percent

Distribution Center

When moving its manufacturing facility from Springville, Utah, to Green Bay, Wisconsin, Schwabe North America (NA) faced a number of logistic challenges such as their spare parts procurement.

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Bosch at Pharmtech Moscow and P-MEC Mumbai

Pharmtech

Pharmtech Moscow, November 25 to 28, 2013
Bosch Packaging Technology showcases a selection of laboratory devices for mixing, drying, granulating, coating and capsule filling operations at Pharmtech in Moscow. …more



Banking on biscuits: accelerating demand creates new opportunities

Biscuit Line

The market demand for biscuits and savory crackers is on the rise, creating new opportunities for food manufacturers to develop and strengthen their brands. According to Global Industry Analysts, the global bakery industry is projected to reach 410 billion US dollars in annual revenue by 2015.  The market growth is raising demand for fully-automated, tailored systems that reduce labor costs and enable more hygienic processing. …more



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