Sales Office relocates from Goa to the metropolis of Mumbai
The pharmaceutical industry in India is one of the fastest growing sectors of the emerging country. 70 percent of all generics are produced on the sub-continent. Between 2011 and 2016 alone, the turnover generated by the pharmaceutical industry will more than double, from USD 14 billion to about USD 34 billion, according to the German Statistics Office.
Reasons enough for L.B. Bohle to keep a firm eye on this growth market and to assess the market opportunities for its own high tech machines. With the sale and commissioning of a BFC 600 Film Coater, the specialists for solids production now have established an important reference for this future market.
Ennigerloh was the place to be for the Bohle sales representative team at the beginning of March 2016. L.B. Bohle invitited the agents in order to inform them about the latest innovation and the current technology. One main focus was on continuous processing.
The current edition of the Bohle Innovativ has been published.
Topics of this issue:
- Investments in Innovation Laid the Foundation for a Growth Spurt in 2015
- Handling Site Pushes Growth
- Coating: L.B. Bohle Installs BFC 600 in India
- Blending technology: More than 3,000 Blenders Worldwide
- and other interesting topics
Manager Scientiif Opertaions Dr. Hubertus Rehbaum comments the function and advantages of the ROB 50.
L.B. Bohle offers with the ROB 50 an innovative solution to decrease the lead-time of film-coated tablets, while reducing costs for product handling and risks for failures in the production workflow.