Based in London, UK, Ainsworths have been providing traditional homoeopathic remedies since 1974 – earning a Royal Warrant in 1980.
Alongside its team of homeopaths, Ainsworths has an unrivalled selection of around 4,200 homoeopathic remedies available to buy online and from its London-based pharmacy.
Could we help them build on their already impressive reputation?
To provide a solution that could accommodate a growing business with nearly 40 base products, while complementing three existing lines.
The project team at Cap Coder got together and designed and custom-built three Micro Mono systems – for automatic filling and cap tightening of a wide range of products.
Our Micro Mono is both a filling machine and capping machine.
Fitted with a precision gear pump that included a bespoke product outfeed.
We provided telephone support backed up with frequent onsite visits to train operators.
“Ainsworths approached Cap Coder for a solution to filling 39 different batches of bulk product.
We’d hitherto been using two semi-automated fillers and one fully automatic filler from other suppliers for an associated line of products.
I fully expected Cap Coder’s Sales Engineer to oversell me an expensive fully automated replacement and was surprised when he suggested Cap Coder’s smaller semi-automated Micro Mono machine.
I was somewhat sceptical it would provide the volume we needed to churn out but I’ve been delighted with the outcome.
The degree of understanding our requirement and translating this into a recommendation was impressive.
I’ve since capitalised on the £1.30 in the £ tax advantage and purchased three Micro Mono’s that have literally turned my manufacturing issues around and allowed us to expand when we had been nervous to do so before.
The Micro Mono’s are small, efficient and my operators love using them."
Tony Pinkus, Director at Ainsworths
"I was somewhat sceptical it would provide the volume we needed but I’ve been delighted with the outcome. The Micro Mono’s are small, efficient and my operators love using them."