New developments for the pharmaceutical industry – modular machines for diverse requirements

Interpack

At Interpack 2014, we will introduce numerous new developments for the pharmaceutical industry. Thanks to their modular design, all machines can be flexibly adapted to current and future market requirements and integrated into line concepts. The exhibits include novelties for the processing, filling, packaging and inspection of liquid and solid dosage forms, as well as a comprehensive services portfolio. …More


From concept to marketability

Fraunhofer

Compact and flexible – these are the dominating keywords when it comes to machines for producing and developing parenterals in small batches. If the machine is also supposed to fill pharmaceuticals into different types of packaging, the market does not have that much to offer. This is why the Fraunhofer ITEM and Bosch Packaging Technology developed the filling and closing machine ARF 1010, which is now in operation at Fraunhofer ITEM’s Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Division in Braunschweig, Germany. …More


Peristaltic pump technology from Bosch put to the test

Peristaltikpumpe

Allergy Labs, situated in Oklahoma City, USA, manufactures over 500 different biological extracts for the diagnostic testing and therapeutic treatment of allergies, which require highly accurate and clean processes. Allergy Labs relies on an FLC 3080 filling and closing line operating with peristaltic pump technology from Bosch. The result: safer, cleaner and more flexible filling operations. “Filling accuracy is one of the technology’s main benefits,” explains Lee Beaver, director of manufacturing at Allergy Laboratories, Inc. …More



Bosch Packaging Academy – the new address for technical trainings

PA Academy

Bosch Packaging Technology is currently establishing a worldwide training platform for the entire machine portfolio under the umbrella of the Bosch Packaging Academy. The Academy comprises individual centers of competence and local country academies. The sites in Crailsheim, Germany and Beringen, Switzerland are the first centers of competence to offer specific technical trainings for the product divisions Pharma and Confectionery and Food. A step-by-step integration of further sites will enable Bosch to offer standardized trainings for the entire product portfolio globally and from a single source. Local country academies for basic trainings, amongst others in China and Egypt, will follow in the coming years. …More


Revamped thermoforming machine for “Emser pastilles”

Emser

The German company Siemens & Co. packs its well-known “Emser pastilles” on a TLT 1400 thermoforming line from Bosch. When the thermoforming machine’s servo motor broke down, quick support was needed. “We don’t have a second thermoforming machine at our disposal and must be able to fully rely on this one machine,” explains Dr. Andreas Keller, operations manager at Siemens & Co. “Due to the rapid pace of technological development, electronic components unfortunately often have a short lifespan and are no longer available after only a few years,” Andreas Herrmann, service sales manager at Bosch Packaging Services, emphasizes. …More


The Bosch Die-Heads Service App premieres at Interpack 2014

Service App

The new Bosch Die-Heads Service App offers our customers an innovative, modern way to access Bosch confectionery service. The diverse options to access the app via smartphone, PC, and tablet offer you  the app’s appealing functions relating to all aspects of die-heads, whereever you are. …More


Bosch Packaging Technology maintains high growth rate

Sales planned to reach 1.5 billion euros by 2015
Bosch Packaging Technology continued growing faster than the packaging machinery industry in 2013, breaking the onebillion-euro sales mark for the first time. “We are exactly on track,” said Friedbert Klefenz, president of Bosch Packaging Technology. We increased our sales in fiscal 2013 from 914 million euros to 1.1 billion euros, a rise of 22 percent. Adjusted for consolidation effects, that equates to growth of 6.4 percent. Leaving aside exchange rate effects, internal growth at Packaging Technology reached ten percent. By comparison, figures from the German association of mechanical engineers (VDMA) put growth in the German packing machinery industry at only four percent. In 2013, we employed around 5,600 people at over 30 locations, 12 percent more than in the previous year. We will present details of its performance in 2013 at its annual press conference. Date: May 8, 2014, 10:00 a.m. at Interpack trade fair in Duesseldorf, Germany. …More


New site for Bosch Packaging Technology

Bosch China

Global center of competence for pharmaceuticals inspection technology
Bosch Packaging Technology has moved into a new location at Musashi, some 70 km north of Tokyo. Since the move there in late March, over 100 associates have been developing and manufacturing inspection technology for the pharmaceutical industry on premises covering 3,240 m2. A total of some 1.6 million euros was invested in the new site. Following relocation from Honjo to the much larger Musashi site, We now have considerably more space at our disposal for the development and assembly of its machines. This investment in the Musashi site underscores our commitment to Japan as a major market for pharmaceutical inspection technology. …More


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