ACG Wins Big at PACMACHINE 2012 Awards for Innovation in Pharma Packaging

Last Updated: Thu, Jan 17, 2013 11:10 hrs

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India:ACG Worldwide has won recognition for multiple products at the PACMACHINE 2012 awards.

Organised by the The Indian Institute of Packaging, the PACMACHINE 2012 award is given to products demonstrating innovative concepts in design and development of packaging machinery for the Pharma industry. The award will be presented on January 29, 2013 during INDIAPACK 2013.

Three entries of ACG Worldwide have been selected for the prestigious award:

Verif-i: a Track & Trace solution for Packaging Machinery from ACG Inspection System, helps companies inspect blister cartoning, bottling, vial & ampoule filling lines, pouch packs, etc., to protect their brands in real-time.

B 45: a high-speed rotary sealing flat bed blister packaging machine from ACG Pampac Machines, operates at 45 cycles/minute for PVC-ALU blisters and 35-cycles/minute for ALU-ALU blisters with the large format area. Integrated with a camera system for online blister inspection, the machine helps the pharma industry meet GMP and regulated market audit needs.

FLUIDOCAP 1000: a machine featuring a revolutionary encapsulation technology for liquid and pastes from ACG Pam Pharma Technologies. FLUIDOCAP 1000 provides precision encapsulation of liquids and pastes into hard gelatin capsules. It also offers band-sealing to prevent leakage and tampering.

“We are honoured to win the PACMACHINE 2012 award for packaging excellence,” said Ajit Singh – Chairman, ACG Worldwide. “The three award-winning machines exemplify ACG’s relentless pursuit of constant innovation and breaking new ground with manufacturing, packaging, R&D solutions to the global Pharma industry. It gives immense satisfaction to everyone at ACG to see our solutions help make better quality drugs, more efficiently and cost-effectively.”

About ACG Worldwide

ACG Worldwide has been delivering high-tech solutions to the global pharmaceutical market for over five decades. The company has provided manufacturing, packaging and R&D solutions to more than 2000 customers in over 100 countries.

About The Indian Institute of Packaging

The Indian Institute of Packaging strives to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and help create infrastructural facilities for overall packaging improvement in India.

Ms. Veena Joshi - Media Contact, ACG Worldwide,

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