Glass Technology Services

About Glass Technology Services

Trusted and independent technical glass support. Providing unrivalled expertise to the global glass manufacturing supply chain with a personal approach. We pride ourselves in providing more than just a transactional service for our customers.

We can help you with:

•             Verifying product quality
•             Identifying reasons for glass failure
•             Auditing materials from suppliers that don't pass your internal tests
•             Troubleshooting manufacturing issues
•             Ensuring your business meets legal requirements

Our ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratories provide a range of specialist analysis, inspection, performance testing, verification and technical consultancy support for companies operating throughout the pharmaceutical supply chain.

Key services include the provision of pharmacopoeial verification, delamination propensity studies, the analysis of contamination, defects and lamellae, failure analysis, foreign body analysis and a range of consultancy support.

Glass Technology Services Industry Content
  • GB
  • 2021
    On CPHI since
  • 2
  • 50 - 99
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Glass Technology Services Resources (6)

  • Sponsored Content Learning Lab: How to Switch Packaging Suppliers Successfully

    The increase in production of glass syringes and vials for vaccines has meant that glass packaging solutions are more in demand than ever. With some companies facing a shortage in supply from their established supplier network, what are the considerations for small and mid-sized companies looking to successfully switch suppliers?
  • Brochure Glass packaging suitability testing (long term study)

    Long term study to determine the suitability of a packaging system for a specific product. Less aggressive protocol to mimic real life storage conditions. See package for details.
  • Brochure Delamination screening packages (short term aggressive screening)

    Aggressive test protocol to encourage surface changes to allow direct comparison. See package for details.
  • Technical Data Vial anatomy and classification

    The resource includes a table summarising the applicability of glass container types based upon the general recommendations of the European (Ph. Eur) and United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), together with a summary of properties of Types I, II, III and new glass types that have recently entered the marketplace.
  • Video Learning Lab: How to Switch Packaging Suppliers Successfully

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the pharmaceutical packaging supply chain. The increased requirement for glass vials and syringes to meet vaccine production needs has led to a shortfall in the availability of glass packaging solutions for other medicines and therapies, which may require some manufacturers to expand their supply network. In this webinar, Amy Ashton, Chemistry Manager at Glass Technology Services explores the implications of glass packaging shortfalls for small or mid-sized companies who are trying to bring their products to market, and outlines strategies and considerations for successfully switching suppliers.
  • Webinar Webinar: Glass for the pharmaceutical industry

    Chemistry Manager Amy Meysner looks at glass as a primary pharmaceutical packaging material including evaluating quality and meeting your requirements.