GMP workshop in secondary packaging with a one day practical station training at Bosch, April 17 – 19, 2013, Ludwigsburg, Germany

GMP workshop

During the workshop in Ludwigsburg/Germany, the importance of GMP for packaging processes will be highlighted for employees from the packaging industry through theoretical and practical lectures.

The workshop is organized by Concept Heidelberg. The third day will take place at Bosch Packaging Technology in Waiblingen/Germany. The participants will experience the production and packaging process of solid pharmaceuticals, including format changes, cleaning and documentation as well as GMP design of packaging machines.


Aim of this workshop is to clarify the requirements for facilities and GMP-compliant design of packaging machinery. Moreover, Bosch will be represented by two speakers. Norbert Opaczek, senior manager marketing and sales support services will talk about “Preventive Maintenance for machines and equipment for pharmaceutical packaging”. This speech discusses topics like wear parts, maintenance cycles, debugging and troubleshooting. Daniel Sanwald, product manager, talks about GMP-oriented design for secondary packaging. Pharmaceutical quality cannot be ensured by inspection, but has to be processed from the first step of production. What is important regarding GMP-suitable machine design will be explained using an excerpt of the packaging process.


Employees from the packaging industry and manufacturer of technical systems of the pharmaceutical industry are very welcome to participate at the workshop. Please note that the symposium will be held in German language.


Judith Rehm
Marketing Manager
phone: +49 711 811 57206


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