Our Capabilities

PCI Operations

  • 42,000 square foot plant centrally located in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Complete Research and Product Development Laboratory
  • Experienced chemists that develop New Product Formulations
  • Separate Batching / Compounding Department with a mix of stainless steel and HDPE (Poly) mixing tanks from 40 to 4,000 gallon capacity
  • Separate Production area containing Five Filling & Processing Lines with capacity ranging from 1/2 fl. oz. to 2.5 gallon containers
  • Climate controlled warehouse for storage of both raw materials and finished goods

Manufacturing Methods

  • Several Kettle Mixing Tanks with heating and cooling capability
  • Purified and soft water systems
  • State-of-the-Art water purification system utilizing Reverse Osmosis technology
  • Multiple style mixing technologies to meet various product mixing / energy requirements
  • Various filling technologies such as piston, pressure, bottom-up, gravity, and overflow
  • Automatic capping / torque machines
  • Induction sealing for foil lined closures
  • Ink jet coding equipment for both product containers and cases
  • Multiple labeling technologies to accommodate wrap, front and back, and other style labels

Quality Systems

  • PCI's production and control systems are based on the same requirements as for all U.S. drug manufacturers - cGMP's (current Good Manufacturing Practices). These systems provide for processes and procedures that control all of the inputs into manufacturing, which ensures that the output - products are of consistent quality and meet all customers requirements
  • Examples of some of PCI's processes and procedures include:
    1. Processes for approval of new materials and components - this includes processes for approved vendors.
    2. Specification system for all raw material, in-process materials (batches) and finished goods.
    3. Processes/procedures that control all production documents/records. These processes include procedures for secure Master files, issuing production documents to the production department and maintaining lot files on finished goods.
    4. Procedures that formalize processes for the receipt, approval and storage of all incoming materials.
    5. Quality control procedures that provide for the disposition and release (or hold) of all in-process material, batches and finished goods.