GLOBAL LEADERS IN PHARMA COATING INNOVATIONS

1977

Stablished in 1977

ISO 9001 Quality Management

Patented technology

Synopsis

Founded by Mr. Gil O'Hara in January 1976; O’Hara Technologies is still growing after more than three decades of successful business. Through its thriving business history, this company has supplied innovative solid dosage equipment to over 1250 installations in 35 countries. O’Hara Technologies operates from the headquarters and manufacturing plant based in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The company has a broad network of representatives and technical support teams throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

In a 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility, O’Hara Technologies Inc. is equipped with modern machinery operated by an experienced team of metal fabricators, welders, assembly specialists, electricians and instrumentation technicians. The manufacturing team works closely with the engineering and testing departments to refine and enhance the performance of its processes and equipment. Our facility is available for in-house equipment trials of solid dosage forms, with assistance of qualified coating specialists.

Corporate Information

O’Hara Technologies Inc. is recognized on the global market as a leading manufacturer of solid dosage processing equipment, with new innovative products coming to the market every year. The company is known for its unique technology, solutions for the best return on investment, and its excellent customer support. O’Hara designs and fabricates a broad product line of pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and confectionary equipment for coating, mixing, blending, granulating and drying. Our product range provides proven solutions through all capacity requirements - from small scale portable laboratory and R&D models through to high-volume continuous systems. Our goal is to be a manufacturer that offers the greatest value, by helping our clients to address all of their equipment needs in today’s rapidly changing market.

Philosophy

Our philosophy is to become a trusted partner in the business of our clients around the world, by providing cost-effective high-quality solutions, proactive customer support and value-added consulting services related to improving the performance of solid dosage processing equipment. Our company’s fast response to industry trends, through innovation and close contacts with our customers, is what distinguishes O’Hara Technologies from its competitors. Solid company leadership and hands-on involvement at every level of the process is a testament to our dedication to success.

Our strong commitment to quality is assured by our compliance with International ISO Quality Standards, GMP, cGMP and CE. All equipment is subject to rigorous in-house testing to ensure that regulatory and customer specific requirements are in full compliance with all national and international standards.

Quality

O’Hara’s strong commitment to quality is assured by corporate quality standards, a quality management system and compliance with many international quality standards, such as ISO, GMP, cGMP and CE. With a low level of utility consumption, our equipment meets Low Environmental Impact requirements. All equipment is subject to rigorous in-house testing to ensure that regulatory and customer specific requirements are in full conformity with all national and international standards. In a 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility, O’Hara Technologies Inc. is equipped with modern machinery operated by an experienced team of metal fabricators, welders, assembly specialists, electricians and instrumentation technicians.

The manufacturing team works closely with the engineering and testing departments to refine and enhance the performance of its processes and equipment. The O’Hara Technologies global team of outstanding professionals, who combine many years of experience in the industry with in-depth continuous training, ensures that we understand the true meaning of quality.

Compliance

All equipment is designed and manufactured for compliance with the guidelines of:

  • OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act)
  • NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
  • NEMA (National Electrical Manufactures Association)
  • CSA (Canadian Standards Association)
  • BSI (British Standards Institute)
  • NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
  • NEC (National Electrical Code)
  • IETC (International Electro Technical Commission)
  • EESD (European Electrical and Safety Directives)
  • ECS (European Committee for Standardization)