For markets outside the United States, our pharma production is divided into solid (granular and orosoluble granular products) and “small volume” and “large volume” liquid (syrups, mouthwashes, drops, sprays) formulations and encompasses the whole supply chain, from Research and Development to packaging.
After weighing raw materials, the active ingredient and excipients are bonded until they become granules, either simple or coated in more excipient. Once the formulation is obtained, it can be packaged in sachet or stick format according to packaging requirements.
Two different formulation and packaging lines are in place: “small volume” and “large volume”. They both share the initial preparation in a tank. Active ingredients are mixed with pure water, sugar and excipients, while heated. The product is filled in glass or plastic containers and is sent for distribution.
3 HALLS FOR RAW MATERIAL FRACTIONATION
- 2 for coated granular products (200 and 1,000 liter capacities)
- 1 per uncoated granular products (1,500 liter capacity)
2 PLANTS FOR NON STERILE PRODUCT PREPARATION
7 PACKAGING LINES
- 5 sachet and stick lines
- 1 syrup line
- 1 drop line