IPP and CS Analytical announce CCIT partnership to support complex customer requirements
Industrial Production Processes (IPP) Ltd announced it is the official distribution partner of CS Analytical Laboratory - the world’s only cGMP, FDA-registered and inspected contract laboratory exclusively designed and dedicated to container testing for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries - in the UK and Ireland.Register NowDownload Document
Industrial Production Processes (IPP) Ltd announced it is the official distribution partner of CS Analytical Laboratory - the world’s only cGMP, FDA-registered and inspected contract laboratory exclusively designed and dedicated to container testing for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries - in the UK and Ireland.
Under the agreement, IPP will represent and promote the CS Analytical service offering to its key clients in need of routine USP and EP container qualification testing and USP 1207 integrity testing across both territories.
Routine container qualification testing has become much more stringent and intense due to recent changes to the standard USP methods. Clients globally are looking for service providers that understand the complexity of these unique requirements and have the laboratory experience to execute the qualification testing required. CS Analytical is wholly focused on this niche market and can assist clients in defining the required qualification methods and help to ensure that they are done in a cGMP, FDA regulated laboratory. In addition, with the growth of the USP 1207 container integrity testing requirements, IPP clients who are purchasing instruments commonly need an experienced service provider to assist with method development and validation. The partnership between IPP and CS Analytical will add an additional layer of comfort and support, thus helping clients meet the CCIT requirements in a more timely and cost-effective manner.
CS Analytical CEO Brian Mulhall was enthusiastic about the new partnership, “IPP has a long and established history in the package equipment field and their ability to promote the CS Analytical testing program will enable them to better serve their client based on multiple fronts.”
IPP’s Managing Director Jack Daly commented, “Partnering with CS Analytical was an easy and natural decision as we are already well established in the packaging equipment field and its cGMP laboratory testing offering allows the IPP team to better serve our client base with a broader, necessary and unique service offering.”
With over 40 years’ experience, IPP is a technical distributor of manufacturing equipment to the electronics, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors across the UK and Ireland.
IPP specialises in packaging equipment, packaging inspection and testing equipment, product inspection equipment, leak testing equipment, serialisation equipment, and automation equipment.
With a highly skilled and technically experienced sales and engineering staff, IPP's customers are in safe hands. IPP will advise customers throughout the purchasing process. The team provides a comprehensive after sales service, as well as a range of service packages to support its customers and ensure their equipment is always operating efficiently and at its optimum to protect the longevity of their operations.
The world’s only cGMP, FDA-registered contract laboratory exclusively designed and dedicated to container testing for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries, the CS Analytical Team includes world-leading experts and thought-leaders on FDA and EU regulatory expectations and USP and EP primary package testing requirements inclusive of container closure integrity (CCI) testing (CCIT). Test services include CCI method development, validation, and analysis, USP/EP/JP physical and physicochemical testing, and Comprehensive and Complementary services for all common or unique primary packaging components and systems inclusive of glass, plastic, elastomeric, and more. CS Analytical is the single source to ensure a regulated industry product-package system meets strict, complex, and ever-changing regulatory requirements.