Client: Private Label Nutrition
Client News: Private Label Nutrition, Founded in 2013 and Blackpool based, Private Label Nutrition has completed a £250,000 upgrade to their production facilities, creating three new jobs and more than quadrupling the production capacity of the facility.
Founded in 2013 and Blackpool based, Private Label Nutrition has completed a £250,000 upgrade to their production facilities, creating three new jobs and more than quadrupling the production capacity of the facility.
From 15-17 May, working in conjunction with its supplier, PTK, South Korean’s leading exporter of pharmaceutical machines, Private Label Nutrition jointly showcased their new PR2000 tablet press at Vitafoods in Geneva, producing over 250,000 tablets per hour. At the end, this tablet press was then installed in the Blackpool facility.
Vitafoods is one of the world’s biggest Nutraceutical shows and Private Label Nutrition attended through an ERDF match funding grant, which supports SME companies who want to enhance their international trade performance. The grant was delivered by the North and Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce.
Private Label Nutrition employs fifteen members of staff and has seen continual growth since moving to their custom built, manufacturing facility in Blackpool in 2016. The new, upgraded production line has increased capacity for the recently Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certified contract manufacturing facility, which specializes in manufacturing and bottling finished products for a diverse range of sectors, both in the UK and across the world.
Richard Richmond, Director, Private Label Nutrition said: “This is a massive investment, however now is the right time for us to commission this state of the art pharmaceutical grade tablet press. It will significantly increase the speed and delivery of our quality products to our clients, which is crucial to maintain our market share in this fast-paced internet age. Our new production line will definitely help us achieve our future growth objectives.”
Posted on Friday 1st June 2018, in Latest News