Shreeji Pharmatech was established in 1999 by Mr. Mitesh Nayakpara.
Mr. Nayakpara earned his diploma in Mechanical Engineering in 1994 from a well-reputed institute in the state of Gujarat and started his career as a design engineer with leading Pharmatech firm. Later after changed his mind and became production engineer with the same firm to concentrate on production and marketing trends. Mastering the basics of pharma machinery industry with having 9 plus years of service and expertise in the trade, he started looking up for opportunities that put his best skills into practice.
In early 1999, He launched himself into pharma machinery business and supplied filter tips and spares to core pharma machinery makers with the help of local engineering workshops. This was his first major breakthrough and also the birth year of Shreeji Pharmatech. In late 2003, sensing the good opportunities are on the way, he quit the job to focus on business and thus rented a small space to establish production unit to make pharma machinery. The Online Saline Bottle Inspection Machine, (model SPIN 100S) was the first machine built under the brand name of Shreeji.
By 2007, the need for expanding the space become almost inevitable to house production and assemble unit in more unified way. A land in prime Vatva Industrial Zone was procured and factory building was constructed there upon. The manufacturing unit is fully operative under the direct supervision of Mr. Nayakpara.
Today, Shreeji Pharmatech is a repute name in the industry with having 60 plus client base in both domestic and overseas market.
SPINS-100S Bottle Optical Inspection Machine from Shreeji Pharmatech
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