PHARMACEUTICAL

The pharmaceutical industry in India ranks 3rd in the world in terms of volume and 14th in terms of value. For a pharmaceutical company operating in an FDA-regulated environment, analytical laboratory test data are of critical importance. It is commonly estimated that it takes 12 years to bring a drug substance to the market. This highlights how important it is to have a reliable partner for testing and certification of pharmaceutical products and their ingredients.


There are many situations that require pharmaceutical testing and analysis. Testing prior to scaling up production to retain colour, flavour, and acceptable appearance; testing for health and safety regulations, such as sterility and toxicity requirements; testing for efficacy and performance expectations; testing for conformity issues against standards such as chemical identity, strength or potency, quality, and purity; testing to identify the chemical composition and molecular structure of each individual substance contained in a medication; testing to provide insight into patent violations such as stolen formulations; testing to evaluate manufacturing procedures; In vitro ,In vivo and bioanalysis testing , testing  to determine why a pharmaceutical product or its medical packaging failed are only a few.


We at TTS provide support in each arena; starting from raw materials to finished products, and help set up n run the most complex, highly technical and specialized testing equipment and procedures that are evaluated by an experienced laboratory analyst with specialized knowledge in these matters.     


Pharmaceuticals and related industries require “Commitment to Quality”, for GLP and GCP compliance. Pharmaceutical QC has its own unique demands that are more complex than QC of other non-regulated products. Whether it is routine QC testing, non-routine analysis, R&D projects etc. clients can trust us for a quick turn around response, accurate and reliable analytical support and service. High levels of quality and integrity are our promise keeping in mind the sensitivity of pharmaceutical drugs and their effects on precious human life.