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Glass Technology Services Ltd is a leading provider of analysis, mechanical and performance testing, due diligence support and quality assessment, failure analysis and both research and development and technical consultancy projects - specialising in glass and glass products.
Located in the United Kingdom, Glass Technology Services Ltd provides international support to an extensive list of leading names across glass, pharmaceuticals, foods, drinks, commodities, facilities and retail sectors.
Glass Technology Services is independently accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 9001 quality standards and has an established reputation for specialist knowledge in glass - built serving the glass industry and its supply chain for over 100 years.
Glass Technology Services is a leading provider of analysis, performance testing, quality assessment, verification, failure analysis and a range of consultancy services, including specialist support for pharmaceutical applications.
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.
Research and development includes specialist glasses, such as bio-active and bio-soluble glasses, processing and new technologies such as additive manufacture and include application including implants, grafts, orthopaedics and more.
@CRTmagazine Q&A with our Chemistry Manager, discussing hot topics in pharmaceutical glass primary packaging including elemental migration, delamination, market trends and R&D, read more below: https://t.co/573eLKdtIm— Glass Technology Services (@GlassTesting) January 23, 2020
We're helping clients with increasingly challenging product specifications.— Glass Technology Services (@GlassTesting) January 23, 2020
Increasingly tight dimensional tolerances, dosage control & line rejection targets have led to a surge in demand for verification services.https://t.co/VGA5rylPWZ#ExpertsInGlass pic.twitter.com/ItcQuzPB7p