AHMEDABAD: Schott Glass has been appointed to India's national standards body. The company will advise on specifications and guidelines for various kinds of glass manufacturing in India mainly for pharmaceuticals tubing.
According to the company, as a new Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) member, the company will advise CHD-10, a subcommittee of the Chemicals Department, on specifications and guidelines for various kinds of glass manufacturing in India - mainly for pharmaceutical tubing but also for other applications such as fire-safe glass, household appliances, and fiber optics. This will give BIS access into Schott's expertise and experience in the areas of specialty glasses, materials and advanced technologies.
"It is a privilege to support BIS in improving glass manufacturing standards in India," says Sundeep Prabhu, Vice President Marketing and Sales for Pharmaceutical Tubing at Schott Glass India. Working closely with India's national standards body, Schott will share its decades of expertise with the aim of enhancing production and testing standards of India's glass manufacturing industry.
Schott Glass offers pharmaceutical glass tubing products & services to customers world-wide from its five production sites in Europe, South America and Asia, including the one in Jambusar, Gujarat which serves the Asia region.