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Romaco is a leading international supplier of machinery and integrated system solutions for the development, production and packaging of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, food, cosmetic and chemical products. All from a single source.
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In 1997, Dr. h. c. Herbert Hüttlin founded the engineering company “Hüttlin Technologie und Design” and revolutionised traditional fluid bed technologies with his invention of the air flow bed. For his achievements in the field of pharmaceutical process technology, the University of Freiburg awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2000. Well over 170 patents are to date the key to Innojet’s success and the company’s reputation as an innovation leader for highly efficient process solutions.
In 1886, Fritz Kilian founded the “Fabrik pharmazeutischer Maschinen und Geräthschaften“ in Berlin. In the following 50 years, his developments laid the foundation for industrial tableting. World War II marked a turning point in the company’s history. After the closure of the Berlin plant, the company was rebuilt in Cologne by former employees and the heirs of the Kilian family. To this day, Kilian continues its success story as one of the leading international manufacturers of tablet presses.
Tecpharm was founded in 2013 by David Mateo, Bàrbara Jané and Pedro Cuadrado as a manufacturer of process equipment for semi-solid and solid pharmaceutical dosage forms. In 2019, the development of the Optima drum coater marked a turning point in the company’s young history.
With this highly automated machine, Tecpharm takes over the technology leadership for tablet coating systems. By becoming part of the Romaco Group, the company can significantly expand its positioning in the market.
Noack was founded in Karlsruhe in 1934 by Eduard Theodor Noack as a manufacturer of sewing machines. After the repositioning as a supplier of machine components in the 1950s, Noack developed its first roller sealing blister machine, the DPN 720, in 1966. Already part of the Romaco Group, the company won the German Packaging Award in 1999 for its AFT aluminum forming machine concept. With the launch of the first climate-neutral blister line in 2020, the course is set for a sustainable future.
Walter Siebler started his business in Remchingen in 1948 as a contract packer for the food industry. After the design of the first bag sealing machine in 1949, Walter Siebler KG quickly turned into a sought-after supplier of packaging equipment. In 1956, the first heat-sealing machine came onto the market, followed by the first strip packaging line for effervescent tablets in 1972. The acquisition of Medipac’s rigid tube filling technologies in 2015 has strengthened Siebler’s positioning in the effervescent sector.
Macofar was founded in Bologna in 1972 as a manufacturer of capsule filling machines. After the merger with CEM in 1974, the company focused on powder dosing technologies. In 1990, the first capsule filler with 100 % weight control was delivered. Six years on, Macofar presented its first powder filling machine of the new Micro series. In the new millennium, Macofar succeeded in entering the liquid filling business. The launch of the MicroRobot in 2020 is another highlight in the brand’s history.
With the establishment of Promatic in Bologna in 1985, Paolo Naldi started his own business building electronic tablet counting machines. Since the 1990s, the company increasingly concentrated on the production of cartoners and case packers. The development of the intermittent motion cartoner P 91 marked a turning point: with the servo-driven machine, Promatic became a top supplier in the industry in 2002. The first continuous motion cartoner of the PC 4000 series was launched two years later.
Founded in 2000, Truking Technology Limited is today a global technology group specialising in the handling of pharmaceutical liquids. The development of turnkey solutions and smart manufacturing concepts are among the core competencies of the company based in Changsha, China.
Truking is listed on the Shenzhen stock exchange and employs over 6500 people worldwide. Romaco is Truking’s first European subsidiary.