Supplier's Corner

Unicep Packaging Adds New Machinery

November 15, 2005

Unicep Packaging, Sandpoint, ID, added a full line of state-of-the-art, pharmaceutical-grade Ross-Olsa mixers. The wider range of mixing capabilities allows customers to run batch sizes from five to 1000L, executives said.
The equipment includes a MaxiLab small batch/R&D mixer with a capacity of up to five liters, an Olsa 150 and an Olsa 1000.
Services include all qualitative and analytical testing, formula development, ingredient sourcing, temperature-controlled storage, unit-dose filling, pouching, tube filling and secondary packaging services.
More info: (800) 354-9396 or (208) 265-2482; Fax: (208) 265-4726; E-mail: info@unicep.com; Website: www.uni cep.com.
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