Machine solutions for filling and packaging of pharmaceutical products.
OPTIMA MultiUse Filler: A New Dimension of Flexibility
Optima Pharma will show visitors its latest MultiUse Filler series during a 3D cinema show at the booth. The OPTIMA MultiUse Filler series consists of highly flexible filling and closing machines for the processing of nested and bulk containers.
What to know to make the right choice when it comes to filling and finishing systems? Mr. Matthias Poslovski from Optima and Mr. Florelle Tourlet from Octapharma will find the right questions at the A3P Congress from 15 - 17 November 2016 in Biarritz (France).
OPTIMA packaging group GmbH with headquarters in Schwaebisch Hall, Germany, teams with its subsidiaries to design and build packaging equipment for pharmaceutical, consumer, nonwoven and life science products – from single standard machines to complete complex turnkey systems. Whether custom solutions or modular machines, functions are systematically tailored to the specific needs of the customers and their industries. Optima packaging technologies are considered leading-edge in many fields worldwide, including filling and packaging of coffee capsules, freeze drying for sterile pharmaceutical liquids and packaging of paper hygiene products. The company’s broad expertise also extends into production lines for manufacturing and packaging advanced wound care products.
Customers appreciate the personal, cooperative and flexible working relationship with Optima’s subsidiaries. Optima as a parent company in turn provides the infrastructure and resources needed in the globalized economy. The company is committed to environmental and social sustainability through positive action. Optima provides various levels of support to a wide range of social and societal projects.
Optima is considered to be a “hidden champion”, a status due in no small part to its highly qualified workforce. All employees have access to an extensive continuing education program to continuously hone their skills and develop professionally. Training the next generation of employees has been a long-standing tradition at the company. More than 170 young people are employed as apprentices at Optima every year.
Founded in 1922, the family owned and operated business is in its third generation and employs a workforce of 2,150 at its sites in Germany and 14 locations abroad. In addition to its base in Germany, the company maintains branch offices in Italy, France, the UK, the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, China, India and Malaysia. An export share of more than 80% is indicative of the company’s international standing.