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Facility in Germany provides space for evaluating continuous pharmaceutical processing equipment.
L.B. Bohle is constructing a technology center next to its service center in Ennigerloh, Germany to provide additional space for developing, testing, and demonstrating continuous-production process equipment for the pharmaceutical industry, the company announced in a press release. Construction started this past August, and the center is expected to open in June 2014.
“Our customers are relying more and more on continuous production,” said company founder Lorenz Bohle, in the press release. “Our technology center will aid in the development of new products that improve the continuous production process because we will be able to visualize entire production lines in one plant using material from wet and dry granulation.”
At the technology center, L.B. Bohle processing experts will work with specialists from the Universities of Dusseldorf and Graz and experts from Siemens to develop new steps for the permanent and interprocess measuring, monitoring, and controlling of the continuous production process. L.B. Bohle will use these developments to produce new equipment and optimize current machinery for use in the pharmaceutical industry.