NJM Tablet Counters/Fillers and Labeling Units Become Integral Part of Sharp Packaging Production Line
Pharmaceutical packaging leaves no room for error. Operating in a zero-tolerance industry with high-value pharmaceuticals, biotech products, and controlled substances, Sharp Packaging Solutions needed equipment that would protect its customers’ products and ensure safety. It found that equipment in the form of two Cremer CFS-622 tablet counters and two NJM Model 326 AUTOCOLT IV labeling machines.
At NJM Packaging, we pride ourselves on being able to fulfill our customers’ pharmaceutical packaging needs, and when Sharp Packaging Solutions needed to standardize on its machines, it called on us. The Cremer CFS-622 tablet counter’s feedscrew system makes the packaging machine a key piece of equipment for its accuracy and capacity. The 326 AUTOCOLT IV labelers, which were specifically paired with the Cremer CFS-622 tablet counters, ensure that square, rectangular, or round bottles are labeled appropriately, using wraparound or three-panel labels, sideserts, and topserts.
Sharp Packaging plans to move its four existing NJM labelers to its new facility to work alongside its new pharmaceutical packaging machinery from NJM. That’s right, the new Cremer CFS-622 tablet counter/fillers and 326 AUTOCOLT IV labelers aren’t the first for Sharp Packaging. When it first started using the Cremer Tablet Counters two years ago, Sharp Packaging noticed its short-count complaints plummet. As the business grows, it plans to add more Cremer tablet counter/fillers, and the 326 AUTOCOLT IV labelers. These machines are easy to maintain and take up less floor space.
It’s always exciting for us to see our customers find new business opportunities and success with NJM Packaging machinery, and we’re looking forward to watching Sharp Packaging continue to expand its own customer base and business. The company has plans to add another tablet counter and labeler next year.
To learn more about why Sharp Packaging chose NJM and their focus, read this article from Healthcare Packaging.