Angelini Pharma’s five production sites are located in Ancona, Aprilia, Casella, Barcelona (Spain) and Albany (Georgia, USA).
Ancona produces finished pharmaceutical products, Aprilia produces pharmaceutical raw materials, Casella is dedicated to disinfectant and sanitizing products under the Amuchina brand, the Barcelona plant produces food supplements such as Pastillas Juanola, while self-heating wraps under the ThermaCare® brand are produced in Albany.
All sites use the most advanced technologies, with automatic control and supervision systems. Analysis and quality control, right from the raw material stage, are particularly stringent.
Angelini top management has adopted a policy for health, safety and the environment that is committed to full compliance with current laws and regulations as well as continuous efforts to improve performance in a way that protects the environment and promotes health and safety in the workplace.
The Italian production plants have for many years boasted the UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 and UNI EN ISO 13485:2016 quality certifications, as well as the necessary authorizations under Italian and international laws for the production of medicines, medical devices, medical-surgical devices and biocides.
The Albany plant is FDA registered and ISO 13485 certified.
The Spanish plant has obtained the UNE EN ISO 22000: 2005 certification for the food safety management system.
The three Italian Angelini production sites are exemplary in safeguarding the environment and since 2004 all three sites have obtained UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 certification. Significant investments have been made in clean energy production, including a 1,600 kW photovoltaic plant, a modern cogeneration system, new evaporation towers and new high-yield steam generators. These new technologies have been integrated with an automatic management system that optimises consumption of climatising systems used to create microclimates. Continuous improvement in energy consumption is supervised by an Energy Management Team. All these measures have reduced CO2 emissions by more than 650 tons a year. The three Italian sites have also been awarded the BS OHSAS 18001:2007 certification for worker safety for years, and are now working to obtain the new UNI EN ISO 45001:2018 certification, which represents a further step forward to provide employees with healthy and safe workplaces.