Telstar is a company that develops high-technology solutions in engineering, construction, process equipment, and services for the life sciences market, including the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries, hospitals, laboratories, and research centres).
Recognised as one of the major suppliers for the pharmaceutical industry, the company also provides global services to turnkey projects and critical installations.
Telstar is one of the few international manufacturers able to offer integrated process solutions for the biopharmaceutical industry, with in-house sterilisation, freeze-drying, containment, generation of water and pure steam, as well as clean air technologies. Telstar invests 3% of its turnover in research, development, and innovation of its technologies and equipment.
Technologies and integrated solutions for sterilisation, freeze-drying, and cold storage
The company designs and manufactures complete integrated equipment solutions in the process line through applying in-house technologies for sterilisation, generation of water and pure steam, freeze-drying, containment, clean air, and cold storage.
Telstar specialises in the application of in-house technologies to design and develop integrated process solutions, which are implemented in existing facilities or new pharmaceutical and biotechnological plants, as well as new research laboratories.
Engineering, construction, and consultancy for pharmaceutical plants and laboratories
Telstar provides high added-value solutions in consultancy, engineering, and construction of pharmaceutical and biotechnology plants, as well as complete laboratories for the manufacture of medicines, including critical equipment.
This encompasses validation, regulatory compliance, and implementation services for logistics management and maintenance systems. Telstar takes on overall management of customised, integrated, innovative and effective turnkey projects, including consultancy, development, and end-to-end monitoring of projects.
Engineering and turnkey design of pharma and biotech projects
The company designs integrated turnkey projects, from the technical feasibility study and definition requirements, development of basic and detailed engineering using the most advanced tools to ensure a top-quality result from the start of a project, right through to qualification.
All activities are overseen by a project management team of Telstar professionals who works closely with the client to offer support and advice in critical decision-making, as well as ensuring the success of the project.
- URS and concept engineering
- Basic engineering
- Detailed engineering
- Project management
Construction of pharmaceutical and biotechnology plants
Telstar provides the life sciences industrial sector with expertise and technological capabilities in developing integrated critical and non-critical facilities, as well as the construction of pharmaceutical and biotechnology plants.
Telstar develops construction projects for integrated turnkey plants and laboratories for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and veterinary industries, with a high-degree of specialisation in the design, supply, installation, qualification, and implementation of critical facilities.
Life sciences consultancy
Telstar focuses on strategic technology-based businesses and services aimed at addressing regulatory compliance requirements in critical manufacturing processes in the life sciences sector, ensuring efficiency, quality, and risk minimisation. At the same time, the company also provides compliance with quality regulations and standards demanded by different national and international health authorities.
In this area, Telstar supports companies to help them comply with quality standards in research and development (R&D), clinical trials, registration, and industrial and pharmacovigilance throughout a products’ lifecycle.
About azbil Group and Telstar
Azbil is a leading Japanese group in building automation for the building market, advanced automation for the industry market, and life automation systems for the life sciences and healthcare markets, as well as fields connected closely to everyday life. The group develops its own regulation, control, and automation technologies, equipment, and systems.
As a subsidiary of Azbil, Telstar leads the life science engineering business division of the Japanese corporation to provide global solutions in design, engineering, and manufacturing processes, with automation technologies for international markets such as biopharmaceutical, research, personalised medicine, regenerative medicine, and foods.
Telstar operates in more than 100 countries and has five production plants, seven technology centres, and 13 consulting and engineering services centres, with commercial offices worldwide. It has manufacturing plants in Spain, China, the UK and the Netherlands. Headquartered in Terrassa (Barcelona, Spain), it has a workforce of 900.