Manufacturing plant in Nizhny Novgorod, SCHOTT has received international certificate ISO

Date: 2 December 2011
Source: http://www.steklosouz.ru/
Russian factory of "Schott Pharmaceutical Systems" - a specialized manufacturer of glass and primary pharmaceutical packaging has successfully passed the certification of international standard ISO 15378:2006, the company said.

The certificate means that the plant meets the highest standards of primary pharmaceutical packaging and applicable standards of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).

To date, the certificate ISO 15378:2006 establishes the highest quality standards for pharmaceutical packaging. To pass the certification organization must demonstrate the application of quality control at all stages of production. The standard takes into account not only the quality of raw materials and equipment, and compliance with GMP.

Recall factory was opened May 24, 2011 As reported previously plant manager Serhiy Mokhon'ko, company Schott AG (Germany) invests in the opening production of 600 million rubles. Production area of ​​factory is about 5300 sq. m. The company produces bottles with capacity from 1 ml to 100 ml with different neck designs, as well as vials of various types. "The volume of output will be about 600 million bottles and vials per year, which will be delivered to the Russian market and CIS countries", - said Sergey Mokhon'ko at the opening ceremony.

600450 Manufacturing plant in Nizhny Novgorod, SCHOTT has received international certificate ISO glassonweb.com
Date: 2 December 2011
Source: http://www.steklosouz.ru/

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