With various national and international partnerships, Alexanderwerk has laid the foundation for its commercial success – today and in the future.

Partnerships Alexanderwerk GmbH
Alexanderwerk Partnerships

Foundation stone for market success

Long-term partnerships

Since 1998, we have maintain one of these long-term partnerships with the French IMT (Group Imt – Formations Industries). The Technology Research Center in Tours regularly organizes events and practical workshops where participants from the industry gain important insights and suggestions for their daily work.

Every month, they host a two-day workshop on dry compaction, which combines theory and practical training on an Alexanderwerk WP 120 Pharma. This workshop offers an opportunity to share information and engage in discussions with numerous industry experts.

We are delighted about this long-term collaboration and the intensive exchange of information with IMT, which has already allowed us to welcome many new customers and to continuously improve our machines.

We will gladly continue to rely on the expert dialog in the future!

Introduction of the IMT in Tours

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International research facilities

Today, the Alexanderwerk Group is proud to count a number of renowned international research facilities among its partners.

This active sharing of information and know-how with students, post-graduate student and lecturers allows for a continuous innovation of our products. Joint events, national and international research projects, seminars, workshops and courses expand and intensify the theoretical understanding of dry compaction and granulation.

Cordial business relations with friendly industrial enterprises

In addition to entering into partnerships with science and research institutions, the Alexanderwerk Group also maintains good, cordial business relations with a number of industrial enterprises. Thus we are not only able to offer our customers comprehensive, problem-oriented solutions but also advance research along the entire production process, e.g. as in continuous pharmaceuticals production (Purdue).

Purdue University

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