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Fighting cancer with highly active ingredients – part 2

Fighting against cancer

Cancer numbers are rising globally, partially due to the increasing age in industrial countries, and partially because of the growing world’s population. More and more frequently, cancer is evolving into a chronic condition, forcing patients to take high-class drugs over the long term. …more


Swizzels Matlow falls for Bosch Delta robotics.

Delta Robot with Squashies

You always remember your first Love Heart and for many, these unforgettable sweets with embossed messages are an indelible part of childhood. Behind these and other top-selling treats is Swizzels Matlow, a UK success story with an 80-year legacy of confectionery delight and sales exceeding 90 million dollars. To meet growing demand for the popular “Squashies”, Swizzels’ latest confectionery range where its favorite brands are transformed into squashy gum formats, the confectioner needed to ramp up production. …more


Customer satisfaction survey 2014: How you rate our service

Customer satisfaction survey 2014

Customer satisfaction has been our number one priority ever since. A key contributor is the after-sales service. We depend on your feedback to continuously optimize our services. That is why in October 2014 we have asked 1,800 Bosch Packaging Services customers from all over the world for the sixth time to give their evaluation. …more


Fighting cancer with highly active ingredients

Initiated in 2006 by the International Union Against Cancer (UICC), World Cancer Day takes place each year on February 4th. Its primary purpose is to raise public awareness about the prevention, research and treatment of cancer. In a short interview, Chief Pharma Expert Dr. Johannes Rauschnabel explains how the disease and its treatment have changed in recent years, and what Bosch contributes to the treatment of cancer patients. …more


On product safari in Africa

Product Safari

A different kind of photo shoot: To get a better understanding of the east African market, its products, and its manufacturers, Bosch’s general manager for Kenya, Vandan Rughani, and Mathias Krug from Bosch Packaging Technology recently embarked on an expedition accompanied by local students. Over several days in October, the team visited marketplaces, supermarkets, and small retailers in Ethiopia and Uganda, and photographed the manufacturers’ addresses printed on local product labels. …more


All-round protection for coffee

valve technology

Coffee is a popular beverage, often a luxury we can indulge in. A hot cup of delicious coffee can rejuvenate the body. Just reaching for a bag of coffee awakens our anticipation of the sumptuous aroma that fills the room as soon as we open the bag. …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


Pharma Expo 2014

UNO

We are looking forward to demonstrating our latest innovative technologies for pharmaceutical manufacturers. At our booth, W-603 in the West Hall, we will showcase new machines for the production of liquid and solid pharmaceuticals. …more


Fully automated tablet inspection assures product quality

ITP

Reliable and consistent quality assurance is an important prerequisite for pharmaceutical manufacturers to ensure patient safety and avoid costly recalls. Recently, their requirements for solid-dose pharmaceuticals stipulate ever-stricter quality assurance in high production volumes, and have triggered the need for more sophisticated solutions. Fully automated optical systems are not only expected to inspect tablets for their correct size or eliminate broken ones. They must also identify tablet defects such as foreign particles, color variation, spots, printing errors, deformation and stains. …more


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