Quality Control

Quality is pivotal and is much focused in Quest. Keeping this in mind, the company has a full-fledged quality control laboratory covering all the sections. Our laboratory is equipped with world-class equipment consisting of latest HPLC, Spectrophotometer, Electronic Hardness Testers, Dissolution Machines, Gas Chromatography and many more. The QC lab is equipped with one of the best facilities in the country.

“Quality cannot be put into the product rather it has to be builtin the product.”

Quest Quality Control department follows this motto in order to assure quality of the product.

Quality Control Department (QCD) is responsible for the study of raw and packing materials as well as intermediate, bulk and finished products. All unprocessed materials must undergo the QC testing before they aredirected to production. Also, the intermediate and bulk products are tested after going through major processing steps and the critical processing is monitored by a computerized system. All analytical tests carried out in the laboratory are as per written instructions and analysis protocols, which are derived mainly from official pharmacopoeias, various references or it is developed in-house and validated. The materials are assessed as per the in-house specifications, which are more stringent than in most pharmacopoeias.

Thisdepartment is concerned with sampling, specifications, testing, and with the organization, documentation and release procedures.These ensure the necessary and relevant tests are carried out and that materials are not released for use nor for sale or supply until their quality has been sanctioned satisfactory.

Furthermore, weighing of released raw materials and packing materials for batch production is also verified. Correspondingly, the department plays an active role in the qualification and validation programs and testing/monitoring of the manufacturing environment as well as pharmaceutical water.

The Quality Control Department is headed by an expert professional with more than 8 years of experience in the pharmaceutical quality control along with competent microbiologists and pharmacists.

Activities of QC:

  • Raw material analysis
  • Intermediate product analysis
  • Finished product analysis
  • Packaging material analysis
  • Real time and accelerated stability
  • Re-evaluation of products returned from the market