Young engineer Mr. Prakash Phadnis, (now nearly 80 years old) founded the business of manufacturing equipment, mainly consumed then by the engineering companies such as Mukand, Bharat Bijlee in India.
Mr. Prakash Phadnis sensed opportunity in the pharmaceutical industry in India and diversified their manufacturing activity toward the development of products for that industry.
He started product development with
limited resources, making the
best use of people, time and money.
The company, from its humble shed at the
newly developed area of Navi Mumbai,
started doing business with
the pharmaceutical industry in India.
After developing capsule polishing machine and capsule inspection belts for Pfizer in India, Mr. Prakash Phadnis pioneered the development and supply of stainless steel pallets to the Indian pharmaceutical industry.
Prior to the stainless steel pallets, the pharmaceutical industry in India was using either aluminium or wooden pallets. Stainless steel pallets pushed the company into the limelight in a short span of time.
After scaling heights in its competence and trust for 16 years since inception, the next generation's young, graduated engineer, Mr. Nilesh Phadnis, joined forces with the business.
Nilesh came in with fresh ideas and zeal to elevate the company to the next level.
The company inaugurated state of the art manufacturing premises and marked the year by executing its first export order from Syria.
Nilesh gave the company its present
name, and Accura Pharmaquip Pvt. Ltd.
(APPL) was formed.
The execution of a major project in the Gulf marked the year with great success.
The company proceeded yet again, to bigger and better manufacturing premises in the same year.
While commemorating 30 years in business, Accura proudly looked back at its range of world-class machines and equipment. By then, having developed and supplied to most of the reputed pharmaceutical companies in India and across the globe, they had arrived.
Accura entered the US market through the supply of its Tablet and Capsule Inspection Machine to Glaxo SmithKline Inc. NC, USA.
The machine supplied
to Glaxo SmithKline Inc. reaffirmed the
standard of product quality and services
offered by Accura.
Accura executed yet another significant project in
North Carolina, USA.
This year marked their advent into the realm of sophiscated, fully automated systems with cutting edge technology.
had been developed as a result of rigorous research and trials, and was launched.
Accura's latest innovation, a remarkable milestone -
- the automatic Tablet & Capsule Inspection Machine - was launched after a five year long period of diligent research. This machine was the very first of its kind to be launched in India.