We are kg-pharma

The team behind the tablet presses

Global specialist for R&D and small-scale production tablet presses from the German Baltic Sea coast

The globally aligned company kg-pharma, founded 2006 in Hamburg, sees itself as a partner to the pharmaceuticals industry and other tablet producers. In addition to its innovative offers in the tablet press and peripheral equipment segments, the company also provides services from consultancy through to machine maintenance.

Tablet presses

kg-pharma offers tablet presses designed for R&D purposes and the production of small batches. A unique feature is the FlexAdapt rotor, which enables a effortless change of tablet shapes.

German engineering

kg-pharma relies on German engineering and European manufacturing: proven quality, highly trained employees and outstanding production flexibility.

12 years of experience

kg-pharma has been developing innovative tablet presses since 2006. Today we are looking to many years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Among our customers are the world's largest pharmaceutical companies.

Worldwide specialist for R&D tablet presses

Our machines focus on intuitive operation, mobility and ultimate production flexibility.
Our customers – pharma-companies as well as other tablet manufacturers – expect to be able to produce small batches for production purposes and clinical trials or newly developed formulation on a production scale at low cost and in a time-optimized manner.

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Ultimate format flexibility, with turrets by kg-pharma

We have developed truly innovative turrets for our tablet presses. Particularly the FlexAdapt version, which allows fast and flexible adaptation to any tablet tool format. This technology is currently solely available through us. More details about the different turrets can be found on the turret comparison page.

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