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  • Schott Achieves GMP Certification for all Pharmaceutical Tubing Sites
    Mr Georg Sparschuh, President Schott Pharma Tubing, India and Mr Bakshi, Senior Manager –QMS with GMP certificate at Schott’s FIOLAX® glass tubing plant in Gujarat.

Schott Achieves GMP Certification for all Pharmaceutical Tubing Sites

Jul 10 2015 Read 710 Times

Schott’s glass tubing plant near Mumbai, India, has achieved official Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) compliance. GMP is an international standard in the pharmaceutical industry that brings together guidelines to ensure the quality of critical production processes. The certificate, presented to Schott by TÜV Rheinland, underlines the company’s global commitment to those standards. In fact, Schott is now the only supplier of pharmaceutical tubing worldwide that has been recognised as working to GMP standards at all its manufacturing sites.

“Schott considers quality assurance central to the production of pharmaceutical glass,” explained Dr-Ing. Karsten Hennig, Director of Quality Management at Schott Tubing. Hennig continued, “It is therefore established practice for Schott to work to GMP standards at all our facilities.”

“In order to provide patients with safe pharmaceutical products of the highest standard, quality has to be made the top priority from the very beginning of the value chain,” Hennig added, “By earning GMP certification at all of our production sites of FIOLAX® glass tubing around the world, we are helping our customers eliminate all potential risks facing the patient.”

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