No other oral dosage supplier in the world provides the diversity of tablet manufacturing products and services that ACG does – from tablet compression and packaging equipment, to packaging materials, to vision inspection systems and supply chain traceability solutions.
Of course, having a single source of supply has obvious benefits: ease of doing business, for example, or productivity related to equipment and consumables that are designed to work together.
Less apparent, though perhaps more important, is that having been involved in all aspects of pharma and nutra manufacturing since 1962, only ACG can provide holistic and pragmatic guidance on improving productivity and efficiencies across an entire process.
So, if you are thinking of building a new tablet line, or expanding an existing one, then you should probably speak with us before you. We’re always happy to share our knowledge.
Supply chain traceability
ACG has three global divisions that touch almost every aspect of oral dosage manufacturing. Our holistic view is based on a conviction that this is the best approach to enabling seamless production married with fully accountable service.
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