Tablet counting/filling

Visual inspection of insulin vials at the Brazilian site in Montes Claros, Novo Nordisk. Source: Novo Nordisk.
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Novo Nordisk Brazil site implements software program

Company uses newest PAS-X version at one of their largest sites for 18 production lines and two lines for packaging.
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Kilian/Romaco: Bi-layer tablet press

Synthesis 500 Bi-Layer Tablet Press is a versatile, state-of-the-art pharma tableting machine developed for high overall equipment efficiency.
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The individually tailored balance between stocking on site and ordering via the E-Portal helped to improve planning procedures and also reduced the risk of downtime.

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Schwabe North America banks on stock optimization

Stock optimization analysis helps pharmaceutical company customize its spare parts handling process after relocating from Utah to Wisconsin.
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Modular Packaging: Tablet counter powered by 3D camera technology

Modular Packaging’s ICU2-80 Tablet Counter, said to provide speeds of 80bpm with 100% accuracy, uses 3D camera technology to count and verify all styles of tablets and capsules in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries.
Pharmatek offers primary packaging of tablets and capsules in HDPE bottles. The company supports secondary packaging, cold chain management, including storage and distribution, and stability testing. Complex labeling requirements, such as foreign language labels, blinding and booklet labeling.
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Pharmatek bottling line set to become operational

Automated line expands contract manufacturer’s packaging services, provides flexibility for small and large-volume clinical projects.
In early July, Packaging Coordinators, Inc. changed signage at its Rockford, IL, facility to PCI, from the former AndersonBrecon.
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PCI invests in packaging's future

Drug delivery developments and pending serialization justify this contract packager's capital equipment, facility, and personnel investments.
Machine Product Brief
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Uhlmann: Modular integrated bottle packaging center (IBC)

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #4503! With no micro-stops, no ramp-up time, and the ability to quickly complete changeovers, Uhlmann’s modular Integrated Bottle Packaging Center, the IBC-120 for all solid dose products, reliably packages diverse small- to medium-sized batches at a rate of up to 150 bottles, or 24,000 tablets or capsules, per minute.
This Uhlmann blister-packaging machine is one of the new machines in operation at PCI's Rockford, IL, facility.
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PCI invests in facilities, packaging equipment

Drug delivery developments and pending serialization requirements justify this contract packager’s capital equipment, facility, and personnel investments.
Machine Product Brief
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NJM Packaging: Counting and filling system for solid-dose pharmaceuticals

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Booth #1714! NJM Packaging’s Cremer CFS-622 Tablet Counter is a versatile servo driven counting and filling system featuring a modular design that accommodates up to four counting modules to fill up to 170 bottles/min.(bpm), based on 60-count bottles.
MG America FlexaLAB
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MG America: Capsule filler

Machine’s multiple dosing units allow for capsules with product combinations essential to research-oriented equipment.
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