THE FETTE COMPACTING EFFICIENCY GUIDE
The Fette Compacting Efficiency Guide is the guidance System for our entire product and service range.
IN THE LAND OF INNOVATIONS: SUBSIDIARY OPENS IN SWITZERLAND
Switzerland is the international leader when it comes to innovation and exports in the pharmaceutical industry. With the aim of guaranteeing pharmaceutical companies even faster technical service on site, a subsidiary of Fette Compacting opened in Basel on May 1, 2015.
HIDDEN PERFORMANCE RESERVES – PLANT OPTIMIZATION AS THE GENESIS FOR EFFICIENT TABLET PRODUCTION
Many manufacturers do not fully exploit the performance capabilities of modern tablet presses. In the light of the strict rules laid down by the regulation authorities, they are tempted to avoid the complex revalidation of established processes. It is in precisely these cases that product-specific plant optimization, which can permit significant improvements in efficiency within the context of the applicable validation, can help.
2014 IN RETROSPECT: FE SERIES COMPLETE, ANNIVERSARY IN CHINA AND NEW BUILDING IN SCHWARZENBEK
With the world launch of the FE75 tablet press in 2014, Fette Compacting completed the FE series, a series that stands for maximum efficiency in pharmaceutical production. 10 years earlier, Fette Compacting had founded a subsidiary in the Chinese city of Nanjing whose 10-year anniversary was celebrated in October. The construction of the customer center in Schwarzenbek has laid the foundation for a new chapter of growth.
ANNIVERSARY: TEN YEARS IN NANJING
In October 2014 the LMT Group celebrated the tenth anniversary of its subsidiary Fette Compacting Nanjing. More than 250 guests and 120 staff accepted the invitation. On this occasion, managing director Olaf J. Müller gave the go-ahead for the LMT Group Academy China and informed the visitors about the company’s plans for a new building.
FROM THE WORLD OF GLOBAL CUSTOMER SUPPORT (PART 2): SEARCHING FOR CLUES
High-quality spare parts safeguard efficiency and process reliability over the entire life cycle of a plant. The qualitative differences which can arise between original and generic parts are shown by two scientific studies using compression rollers as an example.