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TABLET PRODUCTION INNOVATOR

Fette Compacting is the world’s leading provider of integrated solutions for industrial tablet production. Since 2016, the product portfolio offered by the technological and global market leader has been supplemented to include highly-efficient capsule filling machines. The company specializes in high-performance machines for the pharmaceutical industry. Its range of products and services comprises tablet presses and capsule filling machines, tools and processing equipment, as well as maintenance, training and consultation services.

With more than 5,000 installed machines, Fette Compacting is a global market leader for tablet presses in the pharmaceutical industry. The company holds 140 patents covering core technologies and methods for tablet production on rotary presses, underlining its role at the cutting edge of technology. Its head office is in Schwarzenbek near Hamburg, with a second production facility in Nanjing in China.

Fette Compacting is the only manufacturer of tablet presses, operating a global competence network with five fully-equipped and digitally-networked competence centres in Germany (Schwarzenbek), the USA (Rockaway, New Jersey), Brazil (Campinas), India (Goa) and China (Nanjing). With more than 100 highly-specialised service technicians and application engineers worldwide, customers have access to our entire wealth of expertise and all the services concerning tablet production at any of the sites within this network. In addition, Fette Compacting specialists take care of costumer needs at subsidiaries in France (Noisy Le Grand), Spain (Madrid), Mexico (Mexico City), UAE (Dubai) and Southeast Asia (Singapore), as well as in 40 other international agencies.

Fette Compacting is part of the LMT Group – a medium-sized, family-owned group of companies. The group also includes LMT Tools, a leading manufacturer of precision tools for industrial processing of construction materials, and the LMT Finance&Shared Service, which is responsible globally for the company’s central functions.