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New editorial advisor 6 Markets 6 Research news 6 Industry news 8 Call for papers 46 Calendar 46 Supplier news 47 Advertiser index 47 TABLETS & CAPSULES outsourcing Applications of NIR spectroscopy in assessing raw materials and solid dosage forms 10 Thomas B. Gold Using dissolvable films to deliver new and existing APIs 16 N.E. Gupta Issue focus: Outsourcing 20 Jet Pulverizer adds ISO 8 suite 24 When to use dimensional tablet sorters 25 Fred A. Rowley Counters and bottle fillers: A survey of what's available 28 Increasing tablet production and efficiency using multi-tip tooling 30 Steve Osborn and Steve Deakin Dedusters: A survey of what's available 35 Eye on Excipients 37 John A. McCarty ExcipientFest preview 42 INTERPHEX preview 44 Back Page 48 Andrew Fussell Tablets & Capsules (ISSN 1549-9928 print; ISSN 1938-9159 online) is published eight times a year in January, March, April, May, July, September, October, and November by CSC Publishing, Inc., 1155 Northland Drive, Saint Paul, MN 55120. Periodicals postage paid at Saint Paul, MN, and additional mailing office. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Tablets & Capsules, 1155 Northland Drive, Saint Paul, MN 55120. departments w w w . t a b l e t s c a p s u l e s . c o m March 2015 Volume 13 Number 2 also in this issue Cover photo shows tray of Countlab Street Fighter counter- filler that handles tablets, hard capsules, and softgels as small as 2 millimeters and of nearly any shape. Compact machine also accommodates wide range of container sizes and shapes. Keyed parts and latching mechanisms speed changeover and minimize downtime. Unit requires no compressed air, simplifying maintenance and reducing the risk of cross-contamination. Unit fills as many as 240 100-count bottles per minute. Courtesy of Capmatic, Montreal, Quebec. Tel. 514 322 0062. Website: www.capmatic.com.

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