Tobias Göttler

Tobias Göttler

Global Product Manager Liquid Filling Technologies Robert Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH

After earning a diploma in mechanical engineering from the Technische Hochschule in Nuremberg, he joined Bosch Packaging Technology in 2009 as a process engineer for filling- and CIP/SIP-systems. In parallel to this job, he studied Management at the FernUniversität in Hagen and earned his Master of Science in 2012.
Since July 2014, he is product manager for the business field ampoules and filling systems with global product responsibility. His main responsibilities are Market Analysis, Initiating New Product Developments, and Business development.
 

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Wednesday 20/11/2019

From 14:35 To 15:05

11/20/2019 14:35 11/20/2019 15:05 Gentle processing of ampoules and vials: One machine fits all Which general and upcoming trends are influencing sterile ampoule and vial filling and processing?
Which technical solutions are needed to meet these trends and to process liquid containers in an adequate and secure way?
Let´s have a deeper look on:
  • High speed processing
  • In-Line inspection
  • 100% In Process control
  • Flexibiltiy of filling systems
  • Minimizing of product loss
Conference Hall L, Hall 7, Pavillion 2

Conference Hall L, Hall 7, Pavillion 2

"Gentle processing of ampoules and vials: One machine fits all"

Tobias Göttler
Time and date

Wednesday 20/11/2019

From 14:35 To 15:05

11/20/2019 14:35 11/20/2019 15:05 Gentle processing of ampoules and vials: One machine fits all Which general and upcoming trends are influencing sterile ampoule and vial filling and processing?
Which technical solutions are needed to meet these trends and to process liquid containers in an adequate and secure way?
Let´s have a deeper look on:
  • High speed processing
  • In-Line inspection
  • 100% In Process control
  • Flexibiltiy of filling systems
  • Minimizing of product loss
Conference Hall L, Hall 7, Pavillion 2
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Conference Hall L, Hall 7, Pavillion 2

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