ACG to showcase solutions in blister, track-and-trace, and serialization

Hall 5 Stand J40

BMAX-VEKTOR, an integrated blistercartoning line from ACG Worldwide

ACG will present its integrated pharma manufacturing solutions at interpack Hall 5, Stand J40 from 4 to 10 May 2017. ACG’s integrated solutions encompass processing equipment, including granulators and fluid bed dryers, a wide range of hard gelatin and HPMC capsules, capsule-filling and tabletting machines along with packaging and serialization solutions.

interpack 3At interpack, ACG will exhibit Quest FB ll—the next-generation lab unit for granulation and Wurster coating and Protab 300—a single rotary tablet press best suited for small and medium batch production. Also on the display will be ZRO 200T, a capsule-filling machine along with Accura 100 FF, an automatic capsule checkweigher. ACG will also showcase BMAX-VEKTOR, an integrated blister-cartoning line, at the show.

Apart from manufacturing solutions, ACG will also present its serialization and track-and-trace solutions that can help pharmaceutical companies meet global serialization demands. The innovative machine vision systems of ACG are designed to inspect quality while helping maintain traceability.

This year, ACG will have a unique theme at the show, ‘Fly with ACG’, which represents ACG’s commitment to assist its customers board the flight of success with its technology-driven products. “Fly with ACG is not just a theme, but also a strong strategy planned to help its existing and future customers grow their business with a wide range of offerings that meet global regulatory and technological expectations,” says Peter Neve, chief marketing officer at ACG Worldwide.

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