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Query: I am interested to start a small pharmaceutical packaging company and I am looking for some information. I have found your email on google when I was reading your article on how to start a pharmaceutical packaging company. Can you provide me some guidance that how can I start a pharmaceutical packaging company and how much investment require for small scale.  Response: You can start a pharmaceutical packaging printing company by setting up machinery and equipment. Unlike pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, there is no requirement of taking drug related licenses for pharmaceutical packaging companies. You can set-up a packaging company just like any other un-regulated sector. Search for premises Take GST number Purchase machinery and equipment's Tie-up with pharmaceutical finished goods manufacturing unit Supply to them But for starting a packaging company, you need to have knowledge of some skills like basic knowledge of designing, printing process and requirements of pharm

Batch Processing Records

Batch Processing Records:

1. There shall be Batch Processing Record for each product. It shall be based on the relevant parts of the currently approved Master Formula. The method of preparation of such records included in the Master Formula shall be designed to avoid transcription errors.
2. Before any processing begins, check shall be performed and recorded to ensure that the equipment and work station are clear of previous products, documents or materials not required for the planned process are removed and the equipment is clean and suitable for use.
3. During processing, the following information shall be recorded at the time each action is taken and the record shall be dated and signed by the person responsible for the processing operations: -
  • The name of the product,
  • The number of the batch being manufactured,
  • Dates and time of commencement, of significant intermediate stages and of completion of production, 
  • Initials of the operator of different significant steps of production and where appropriate, of the person who checked each of these operations, 
  • The batch number and/or analytical control number as well as the quantities of each starting material actually weighed, 
  • Any relevant processing operation or event and major equipment used,
  • A record of the in-process controls and the initials of the person(s) carrying them out, and the results obtained,
  • The amount of product obtained after different and critical stages of manufacture (yield),
  • Comments or explanations for significant deviations from the expected yield limits shall be given,
  • Notes on special problems including details, with signed authorization, for any deviation from the Master Formula,
  • Addition of any recovered or reprocessed material with reference to recovery or reprocessing stages.
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