Tustin-based Vita-Tech International, a maker of private-label vitamins and nutritional supplements, has increased its manufacturing capacity and range of services as part of its expansion program. New additions to the company’s technical team and updated analytical lab services also have improved efficiency.
“Customers will benefit from rapid turnaround on product orders,” said Thomas T. Tierney, president of the company. “In addition, new analytical testing processes and Ph.D.-level technical personnel have enhanced our total service package for clients.”
As part of its recent updates, Vita-Tech now offers microbiological and heavy metals testing in its quality-control analytical laboratory – both studies are integral to the company's manufacturing process, said Tierney.
In addition, the laboratory is currently installing a new enterprise resource planning system that will improve the company’s capacity for electronic data interchange and enable interfacing with customer technologies on international platforms.
Vita-Tech also added Dr. David Yihai Jiang as its new director of technical services. He will be responsible for nutraceutical formulation and development.
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