Multiple pharma packaging solutions from Schott Kaisha will be shown at CPhI India 2017

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Schott Kaisha's new inspection system Jambusar plant

Pharma packaging solutions provider Schott Kaisha will be showcasing its advanced range of nested solutions and launch its new inspection systems and iQ platform at the CPhI India 2017 will be held at Bombay Exhibition Centre from 28 to 30 November.

The company will officially launch its new OptoElectronic Inspection System for vials, which has recently been installed on their manufacturing lines in Jambusar, Gujarat. These systems enable a full cosmetic inspection of the entire vial, and also offer customization options over and above the standard inspection protocol, to the clients.

“We are proud to launch our latest offerings at the CPhI India 2017. CPhI is a significant platform for our industry, as it allows interaction between the clients and various players within the supply chain. It enables a healthy exchange of knowledge and best practices, to address the dynamic changes and requirements of our pharmaceutical clients,” said Kairus Dadachanji, managing director, Schott Kaisha.

Schott Kaisha will also be showcasing its enhanced portfolio of ready-to-use (RTU) packaging, which now includes nested cartridges. As the range of nested solutions has made pharmaceutical manufacturing lines more efficient, the new system will give pharma manufacturers a faster, more flexible, and cost-effective way to fill and assemble cartridges.

In addition, the event will also witness the launch of iQ platform in India, which was recently launched by Schott at CPhI worldwide. Schott is a global leader for premium pharmaceutical packaging, headquartered in Germany, which formed Schott Kaisha as a joint venture in India, in partnership with Kaisha Manufactures Pvt. Ltd., an Indian producer of pharmaceutical containers made of neutral glass.

The iQ press information platform provides a versatile portfolio. It covers syriQ prefillable syringes and adaptiQ ready-to-use vials by Schott, as well as the above-mentioned cartriQ ready-to-use cartridges manufactured by Schott Kaisha. All containers are fixed in a nest and are packed in the same tub format, which is based on a proven global industry standard. This permits a smooth integration into existing syringe filling lines or new flexible filling lines.