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Astech Projects to Exhibit at P-Mec - CPhi Worldwide

Published: Monday, October 21, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, October 21, 2013
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Astech Projects will be exhibiting their latest pharmaceutical technology services within the P-MEC product zone of the world’s leading pharmaceutical networking event, CPhi Worldwide, 22 - 24 October 2013, Messe Frankfurt Germany.

Visitors from over 140 countries attend P-MEC Europe and its co-located events, creating a unique environment where delegates can meet, network and share ideas with each other. P-MEC is considered the best place to find global pharma tech and machinery providers and showcase innovative pharmaceutical machinery, equipment and technology to a worldwide forum of decision, makers face to face.

Astech specialise in the custom design, build and systems integration of robotics and automation applications for advanced manufacturing and regulated industries including pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer healthcare, petro-chemical and chemical.

During the 3 day event, titled “Mix with the world of Pharma, products, people and solutions” Astech will be demonstrating the Staubli TP80 high speed picker cell, to demonstrate a fast, flexible and effective pick and place system. The TP80 is particularly well-suited for packaging applications in various fields such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices and cosmetics. It will perform sequential picking, placing and dispensing of small medical bottles throughout the show. Visitors to the Astech stand will have the chance to win a 7” Kindle Fire HD tablet by taking part in our business card entry competition.

From concept to completion Astech Projects offer a complete custom automation service from designing, building, integration, testing and delivery. Following project completion, Astech also offers complete piece of mind with its dedicated REACTS® planned maintenance and technical support service.


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