Daiichi Jitsugyo (DJA) is a sales and service distributor that was founded with...
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DJA: ‘The Walmart of pharmaceutical’
Daiichi Jitsugyo (DJA) is a sales and service distributor that was founded with the sole aim of covering all the machines required by the pharmaceutical industry. We talk to Rusty Nelson, the company’s general manager and vice-president, to learn a bit more about the company and its history.
Accurate Machines: Blister packing specialists
Daiichi Jitsugyo (DJA) is the US distributor of Accurate Machines’ blister packing units that are widely used throughout the pharmaceutical industry. DJA general manager and vice-president Rusty Nelson tells us about these machines, as well as his company’s practical and honest sales ethos.
Maharshi: High-performance packaging and printing machines
Indian company Maharshi provides high-performance machines for labelling, printing, visual inspection and leak testing for a number of industries. In North America, its exclusive distributor is Daiichi Jitsugyo (DJA). We talk to DJA vice-president Rusty Nelson about these specialist machines and what sets his company apart from others in the field.
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October’s top news stories
BASF was exploring options to divest its construction chemicals business, and the Kolon BASF innoPOM joint venture (JV) began operations at its new $220m polyoxymethylene production plant in South Korea. Chemicals Technology wraps-up the top stories from October 2018.
Introducing B&W Tek’s NanoRam Handheld Raman Spectrometry System
B&W Tek’s compact NanoRam solution is cutting-edge handheld Ramen instrument that offers quick and reliable non-destructive identification, verification and testing of incoming raw materials for chemical applications.