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Challenges and Trends of Primary Packaging Solutions

The expectations of the pharmaceutical industry with regard to primary packaging solutions for injectables have increased dramatically in recent years. Higher quality products that provide protection for valuable medications are currently in demand. Safety and ease of use for the patient, but also efficiency of the drug filling and packaging processes, are key criteria that must be met. Modern production technology, process optimisation and cost-efficiency on the one hand, health care reforms, the harmonisation of regulations and application trends on the other hand, are some of the developments that have created new challenges for manufacturing of parenteral packaging made of tubing glass.

Ampoules for High-Performance Machinability

The market for ampoules is calling for higher quality products, and several leading pharmaceutical firms that export to highly developed markets, such as Japan, have increased their requirements. The pharmaceutical market demands the highest possible safety for consumers who use ampoules, which means that process capability and process stability of the pharmaceutical company has to be optimised with top-quality ampoules.

From an end user perspective, it is important that ampoules are easy to open with maximum comfort, and more attention is now being given to the needs of new and inexperienced users. Whereas doctors and pharmacists were previously the pharmaceutical industry's primary contacts, self-medication has been playing a greater role for consumers in recent years; this has been reinforced by health care reforms in several different countries. As a result, product safety is taking on greater importance than ever before.

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By Olivier Leprince, Plant Manager, and Hans Peter Manser, Marketing and Sales Manager at SCHOTT

Olivier Leprince has been Plant Manager at SCHOTT France in Pont-sur-Yonne since 2001. Prior to this position, he was involved in production management for several SCHOTT plants in France over 20 years. In 2002, Olivier Leprince was also appointed TopLine Project Manager for the launch of the new product line.

Hans Peter Manser has a technical background with a buqsiness degree, completed by marketing and general management training at the IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. He has held positions in R&D, technical support engineering, marketing and sales, with international sales and management experience, including long-term assignments in six countries worldwide. In May 2002, he became a member of the management team of SCHOTT forma vitrum, St Gallen, Switzerland and is responsible for marketing and sales.
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