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Article | April 12, 2012
Contract packager Pharma Tech Industries honored
Large pharmaceutical/medical device contract manufacturer/packager recognized among 67 firms by top pharmaceutical company.
Contract manufacturer/packager Pharma Tech Industries (PTI), a contract manufacturer and packager for pharmaceutical, over-the-counter, medical device, and personal care products, was selected as the Best Overall Supplier by one of the world’s five largest pharmaceutical companies. PTI stood out among a pool of 67 contract manufacturing organizations in the unnamed company’s supplier network.
Several criteria were considered in naming Pharma Tech Industries as the company’s best CMO, including quality, customer service (case fill rate), supplier collaboration, responsiveness to client needs, inventory management, and financial collaboration.
The recognition comes during a period of significant growth for Pharma Tech Industries, which provides significant production capabilities for many powder-based products. Through steady, incremental expansion, PTI has become a one-stop-shop for its pharmaceutical customers through its vertically integrated capabilities. Most recently, PTI introduced stick pack packaging and constructed a new pharmaceutical-grade clean room (its ninth) to meet growing customer demands.
“This recognition is a particularly satisfying one, because it lets us know--and from a very influential, discerning customer no less--that as PTI grows, we have not sacrificed quality, customer service, or any other aspect of doing things the right way,” said Edward T. Noland, Chairman of Pharma Tech Industries. “This is as much a validation of our focused, incremental growth as it is a ringing endorsement from one of the biggest and best pharmaceutical companies in the world.”
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