Our webinar, in association with Rommelag, gives an overview of Blow-Fill-Seal Technology as a rapid, flexible and cost-effective solution.


Blow-Fill-Seal (BFS) technology was invented in 1962 by Rommelag founder Gerhard Hansen. BFS is a rapid, flexible and cost-effective aseptic fill/finish solution for packaging sterile liquids for pharmaceutical applications.

Team Horizon is the UK and Ireland agent for Rommelag, and we invite you to join us to explore the benefits and the opportunities provided by BFS technology.

This one hour lunch and learn webinar is free to attend and includes a panel of expert guest speakers from Rommelag to present and discuss the following:

  • An introduction to BFS technology
  • Rommelag Engineering: Pharmaceutical applications of BFS technology
  • Rommelag CMO: BFS contract manufacturing options

There will also be an opportunity for further discussion with our speakers during the Q&A session at the end of the webinar.


About our Speakers

Robert Grillenberger holds a degree in technical engineering and has been part of the Rommelag team for 6 years. He is the Area Sales Manager for ROMMELAG ENGINEERING and has over 20 years of experience within the packaging industry.

Dr. Ralph Hanano is the Director of Business Development for Rommelag CMO division and has over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, specialising in pharmaceutical packaging and BFS technology for contract manufacturing.

The event will be hosted by Mark McLean, the Managing Director of Team Horizon. Mark is a Chartered Engineer with 20 years’ experience in project delivery, focusing on aseptic fill/finish applications including BFS technology.


Rommelag Engineering division designs and builds bottelpack machines, which are capable of manufacturing up to 34,000 containers per hour in a wide variety of forms (examples include bottles/tubes /ampoules) and plastic blends (typically polyethylene or polypropylene) with filling volumes ranging from 0.04 to 10,000 ml.

Rommelag CMO division fills more than 2 million containers per day for customers all over the world, operating more than 50 systems in multiple configurations. Equipment and process are set up to meet EU/FDA pharmaceutical standards, perform test fills, and deliver production or small-scale batches for our customers.


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Well Done! Your CV has managed to catch the hiring managers’ eye, and you’ve landed an interview. You’re nearly there, and to help you with your career path, we have put together a few tips to increase your chances of getting that job offer.  

So, you should have enough time to prepare for the interview.  If the interview is location based, take some time to plan your route (or even have a trial run if you can) to ensure you arrive in good time allowing for any potential delays.  And remote interviews have become the norm, as we know, and so ensure you have the necessary technology and space ready to do the interview with minimal interruptions.   

And even if the interview is online, it is still important to look professional and presentable, and be appropriately dressed.  

Now it’s time to do your homework! Learn about the company, what they do, their vision and mission, and company values. It can be also be useful to know about any recent company projects or news in case it comes up in conversation.  This lets the hiring manager know that you are up to speed with industry news and that you are really interested in the position.   
Be familiar with the job spec and be able to present skills that are relevant to the role when going through work experience, and include more detail about recent successes that had measurable results.  The STAR technique provides a useable model in answering competency questions.  And if a technical person is going to be on the interview panel, ensure that you have revised your technical skills and are aware of updated procedures and standards.   

Hiring Managers want to know what you can bring to the role in terms of soft skills, so be prepared to answer questions on your strengths and weaknesses, and why you want to work for the company and the role. 

And don’t be afraid to ask questions – have a number of questions lined up for the Hiring Managers around the role, the team, what a typical day will look like, and also what the expectation is from the successful candidate. You can also find out more about long term career progression opportunities at this stage.  
Finally, don’t forget to remember who you are meeting (name and job title)! 

Good luck! 

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You are ready to take that next step in your career, and it is now time to update your CV. So, what is the key to bagging that interview for your dream job? Our experienced recruitment specialists have put together a list of tips to help get your CV noticed.
BUT before you get started, here are a few questions to ask yourself….

  1. Have you scrutinised the job description? Ensure you have thoroughly read and understood what the employer is looking for? Highlight keywords, skills and experience.
  2. Think about your message – your unique selling point – this needs to be clear and compelling.

OK, so now you can start putting the proverbial pen to paper…..

  1. Decide on a simple but effective format to ensure your CV stands out. This should make it easy for the hiring manager to read. White space, bullet points, and bold used sparingly and appropriately, can help.
  2. The flow should be clear, concise and logical.
  • Start with a brief but well -articulated opening statement that is aspirational yet realistic, and relevant to the role.
  • Provide a chronological outline of your career to date highlighting relevant knowledge, skills and achievements. Include more detail about recent successes that had measurable positive results. And remember those strong key words!
  • If a previous employer is not well known, it can be useful to include a brief description of what they do (to save the hiring manager from having to look them up).
  • Include an overview of your characteristics and traits

And before you press the “send” button, double-check it for errors by doing a quick spell check.
If you need assistance with your CV our team can help. Get in touch and we will be happy to guide you on how to achieve a great CV.

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