Datwyler has been expanding its manufacturing site in Pune, India, which now starts commercial production according to First Line standard.
The company participates at this year’s CPhI India, which takes place from December 12 to 14 in Greater Noida, Delhi NCR.
At booth 14.A04, visitors are introduced to Datwyler’s Health Care solutions and product portfolio.
Datwyler experts will provide additional information about the company’s health care product portfolio and the extended offering for the Indian market.
From December 12-14, Datwyler, the Swiss-based industrial supplier of state-of-the-art solutions for drug packaging and medical devices, presents its health care offering at this year’s CPhI India in Greater Noida, Delhi NCR. As one of the strongest emerging markets in the global pharma industry, India will continue to be of key importance for the company in the future. Therefore, Datwyler started the expansion of the manufacturing site in Pune, India about a year ago and has completed it; the plant incorporates the First Line standard and starts commercial production now.
“In the Indian market, Datwyler has been focusing on high-end rubber formulations for products like lyo and serum vials’ stoppers, plungers for prefilled syringes and cartridges. With the introduction of the First Line manufacturing concept, the facility now is able to expand its portfolio with the innovative Omni Flex product line to meet the evolving needs in the health care market, especially for the biotech industry,” explains Rahul Dev, Vice President India, Datwyler Sealing Solutions.
The CPhI India offers a platform, where international pharma experts network with over 50,000 representatives from 122+ countries and shape the future of the Indian and South East Asian pharmaceutical industry. At booth 14.A04, Datwyler will introduce visitors to its advanced solutions portfolio for the health care industry. Furthermore, visitors will learn more about the First Line manufacturing concept and the products which will be produced in the expanded site in Pune, India.