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Natoli enters encapsulation machine replacement parts market

By Staff Reporter

- Last updated on GMT

Price of the deal was not disclosed. Picture: iStock
Price of the deal was not disclosed. Picture: iStock
Natoli Engineering Company has acquired Carlisle Precision Machining (CPM) for an undisclosed amount.

The firm has been renamed Carlisle Precision Encapsulation Parts.

It is based in Nampa, Idaho and provides change parts, spares and technical support for many brands of Bosch-type encapsulation machines.

Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) encapsulation spare parts include dosing disks, segments, alignment pins, sorting blocks and magazine assemblies.

Dale Natoli, president of Natoli Engineering Company, said: "We look forward to bringing the same industry leadership and high level of customer service to the encapsulation machine replacement parts market as we have supplied to the tablet tooling industry for many years."

Natoli Engineering Company provides tablet compression tooling, presses, parts, accessories and services to the confectionery industry.

The firm’s system of micro-precision engineering maximizes the life of tablet compression tooling.

It keeps more than 16 different grades of steel in inventory to customize tooling and meet product and process requirements.

Natoli said it can combat common problems such as capping, lamination and sticking.

It also offers AIM Data Acquisition and Analytical Software to speed up tablet and capsule R&D and manufacturing.

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