Posts Tagged ‘pharma liquid’


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




Discover the world of pharma filling technologies

Bosch has been inviting to its Pharmatag in Crailsheim, Germany, and giving new impetus to the industry for more than 40 years. The traditional event is about to take place again from May 21 to 22, 2019, this time under the motto “Expertise for the perfect flow”. …more




New Bosch solutions at Achema

Only a few days left until Achema, the leading global process industry trade show, opens its doors. This year we will present our novelties in the Pharma Liquid and Pharma Solid Worlds. …more


Pharmatec expands production capacity

new hall Pharmatec Dresden

Pharmatec, a Bosch Packaging Technology company, is expanding its operations in Dresden. Due to high order intake, the available space was deemed insufficient to complete assembly for all projects. A suitable site was found in Großröhrsdorf, around 30 kilometers from Dresden. With a total of 3,460 m2, the rented space provides room for production operations, offices, and meeting rooms. The state-of-the-art production building supports the latest technology and offers the necessary infrastructure. …more


Then and now – visionary tunnel technology

sterilization tunnel

The history of Bosch’s well-known sterilization tunnel began in the beginning of the 1970s. The engineer Ingbert Pennekamp was assigned to design a new tunnel for ampoules. In the greatest secrecy, the new model started taking shape in the assembly hall. Instead of developing the current equipment further, Ingbert Pennekamp set out to develop a groundbreaking technology. “It was our goal to provide customers with one solution for the entire process, thus facilitating their daily work,” Ingbert Pennekamp reports. The revolutionary result was a linear tunnel without any manual intermediate steps – at first with radiant heaters, later based on the laminar flow method for hot air sterilization. …more


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