Isopak is to showcase the Dott Bonapace CPR-18 rotary tablet press at the PPMA show at Birmingham's NEC between 30 September and 2 October 2008.
The CPR-18 complements the In-Cap capsule filling machine and is built in Europe.
It was developed for a variety of operations including research and development, laboratories, and for medium production batches.
Also on display at PPMA is Isopak's CPR-6 instrumented single punch tablet press.
The press can produce up to 2,500 tablets in an hour and Isopack says its robust construction makes it ideal for use in university laboratories and for pharmaceutical companies requiring small production batches or research and development.
Also present on the Isopak stand will be representatives of Italian manufacturer MG2, which has chosen the Stamford-based company to exclusively distribute its range of automatic capsule filling machines in the UK and Ireland.
Attendees can learn about the selection of MG2's equipment available from Isopak, which includes the Compact, Suprema, G70, G100, G140, Planeta and the automatic G250, which is capable of filling capsules with powder, pellets, tablets, micro-tablets or a combination of these from as low as 6,000 capsules per hour, up to 200,000 capsules per hour.