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With many years of experience and a worldwide production network, the international technology group SCHOTT is a valued partner for the pharmaceutical industry, covering the entire value chain from tubing to packaging and services:
Every year, SCHOTT produces more than 150,000 tons of glass tubing in its production sites in Europe, South America and Asia. Over the last 100 years, SCHOTT’s FIOLAX® glass tubes have become the de facto standard for glass packaging in the pharmaceutical industry. Moreover, with the recently introduced perfeXionTM process, SCHOTT pushes towards a zero-defect philosophy in pharmaceutical glass tubing production.
With regard to parenteral packaging SCHOTT is one of the world’s leading suppliers for the pharmaceutical industry. With more than 600 production lines in 13 countries, it produces over 10 billion syringes, vials, ampoules, cartridges and special articles for the pharma industry each year. Recent innovations include adaptiQ™ sterile and nested vials and SCHOTT Vials Delamination Controlled.
Ice, fire, mythical creatures – life sometimes brings extreme circumstances. That’s exactly when specialty glass and glass-ceramics reach their full potential. Fascinating materials that can be chemically resistant, thermal shock or fire resistant, or even electrically insulating or conductive. Due to near zero thermal expansion, they even keep their shape in the most extreme temperature changes. And specialty glass comes in many ways: ultra-thin, flat, round, bent, as tubes, fibers, rods, blocks or powder. Are you a product designer in a challenging situation? Specialty glass might be your solution:
Amiran; Artista; Borofloat; Conturan; Goetheglas; Mirogard; Mirona; Narima; Nextrima; Novolay; Pyranova; Pyran; RD 30; RD 50; Restover; Rivuletta; Tikana.
Are you a forward thinker brimming with ideas for sustainable solutions? The #SCHOTTopportunitylab can provide you with access to glass experts so you can challenge glass + challenge us! https://t.co/8AbyIMjmo7 pic.twitter.com/zdOtQThn3j— SCHOTT_DE (@SCHOTT_DE) August 20, 2019
Would you like to shape the future of #diagnostics through multiplexing or single cell approaches? Then don’t miss the @scienion_ag Workshop in Lyon, France from September 3 to 4 and use the opportunity to exchange ideas with our expert James Downs. pic.twitter.com/86pxhSr8ts— SCHOTT_DE (@SCHOTT_DE) August 16, 2019