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Rommelag contributes expertise to PDA Europe polymer packaging training seminar
Waiblingen, Germany: – Advanced aseptic liquid filling and bottling specialist Rommelag Engineering will be a significant participant and contributor at the upcoming Parental Drug Association (PDA) Europe training seminar in Modern Polymer Pharma Packaging in Berlin.
Rommelag, a consistent supporter and exhibitor at PDA congresses in Europe and USA, will contribute specific insights and expertise in the Blow-Fill Seal (BFS) processes and technology that form a key focus area for the event.
Rommelag will contribute significant elements to the training syllabus, including videos to explain container performance, manufacturing & processing technologies and samples of various forms of BFS container.
The Rommelag team at the seminar will be led by Dr. Michael Spallek, Director of Research & Development at Rommelag Engineering.
“We are very happy to support this highly worthwhile event,” said Dr. Spallek.
“The seminar provides plenty of opportunities for useful in-depth discussions of state-of-the art BFS container and aseptic filling technologies and allows us to connect with a core audience of professionals involved in pharmaceutical development and manufacturing of drug products with responsibilities for selection of container closure system (CCS) formats,” Dr. Spallek explained.
“We will be able to show which CCS choices are most suitable and compatible in terms of interaction with formulation, extractables, and aspects of drug product usability and stability,” he added.
Rommelag Engineering sets standards in the aseptic packing of liquids and semisolids with its proprietary bottelpack® aseptic filling systems and Blow-Fill-Seal (BFS) technology.
Rommelag is the overall brand for the Group of companies that invented and developed BFS technology and has become a global market leader in the aseptic filling of liquids and semisolids with its bottelpack machines as well as film-based packaging and flexible containment solutions.
BFS technology powers a range of fully automatic bottelpack systems that can manufacture canisters, bottles, tubes, ampoules, drop bottles, bellows containers, and portion packaging in a variety of forms and plastic blends. Rommelag Engineering also supplies a range of expansion options and ancillaries including Cap-Welding Machine (SM), Ampoule Inspection System (VIM), Particle Inspection Machine (PIM) and High-Voltage Leak Detector (HVLD).
One sister company, Rommelag CMO, applies BFS and bottelpack technology on behalf of clients, contract filling more than two million containers a day for customers all over the world. Rommelag CMO operates more than 50 systems in multiple configurations, set up to meet stringent pharmaceutical standards, perform test fillings, and realize production batches or small-scale series for clients.
A second sister, Rommelag Flex, is a specialist in plastic film, developing tailored packaging solutions including a wide array of pouches, sleeves, sacks, carrier bags, and food, shrink, and special films made of polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and plastic blends, as well as special applications for sophisticated containment solutions in the pharma industry.
The final member of the Rommelag Group is Rommelag Service, which forms a one-stop shop for everything from spare parts to upgrades, along with expert advice from the earliest stages of process, when developing a formula or fine-tuning a product design.
About PDA Europe Modern Polymer Pharmaceutical Packaging
The Parenteral Drug Association’s education arm, PDA Education, offers a series of courses targeted to professionals involved in the development and manufacturing of quality pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products.
The 2019 training seminar in Modern Polymer Pharma Packaging focuses on the pharma industry challenges in selecting most appropriate primary container formats, from traditional glass containers to modern polymer container closure systems.
The seminar is a two-day event opening May 22 at the Marriott Berlin City Center in Germany. The seminar will enable participants to evaluate different packaging systems for liquids and semi-liquids, with particular focus on polymer packaging materials.
The course combines classroom lectures with interactive exercises and discussions with experts in the field and will include a site visit to a nearby aseptic BFS processing pharma facility.
The seminar is organized by the Parenteral Drug Association with further information at: https://www.pda.org/docs/default-source/website-document-library/eu-education/2019/05_modern-polymer/brochure.pdf?sfvrsn=2