Last month, NJM Packaging and Weiler Labeling Systems (WLS) came together to become ProMach’s new Pharma Business Line. The companies teamed up to exhibit at Healthcare Packaging Expo at Pack Expo Las Vegas.
We demonstrated our track-and-trace capabilities with the NJM Trotter W pressure sensitive labeler integrated with OPTEL’s BottleTracker™. This integrated solution enables pharmaceutical manufacturers and contract packers to easily and affordably comply with traceability requirements by achieving in-line serialization and facilitating accurate aggregation at secondary packaging on automated lines.
The cutting-edge LP-100 label printer from WLS was also on display. Featuring a UV-curing drop-on-demand printhead from Greydon, another ProMach company, the LP-100 prints high resolution line barcodes, serialized 2D data matrix barcodes and human readable codes, as well as high-impact visual graphics in full color or black-and-white, to reduce the number of different labels held in inventory.
At the show, ProMach rolled out its updated corporate identity, which showcases its 26 best-in-class product brands, including six business lines, as a united organization and sets the vision for the future. With the acquisitions of NJM in 2016 and WLS in 2017, ProMach established their new Pharma Business Line to design and build equipment that packages solid-dose and liquid pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, vitamins and food supplements. The group offers bottle unscrambling, capping, labeling, conveying, cottoning, sealing and tablet counting systems, as well as turnkey line integration services.
We at NJM want to express our appreciation to the wonderful community of packaging suppliers and customers. We are grateful for your strength and generosity, especially in light of the tragedy that occurred in the city just days after the Pack Expo Vegas show. Thank you as well to the many men and women who acted with courage and compassion that day. Our thoughts are with Las Vegas and those who have been affected.
The UNISORT 32 Unscrambler from NJM was also on display