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Adcock Ingram Critical Care (Pty) Ltd
No.1 Sabax Road, Aeroton
Call: +27 11 494 8000
Fax: +27 11 494 1911
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Our Facilities

The Adcock Ingram Critical Care factory is an integrated pharmaceutical manufacturing and medical-grade plastics production facility located across a 10ha site in Aeroton, Gauteng, South Africa. Our 25,286 square metre facility has a 12,609 square metre production area, 7,144 square metres of warehouse space, 783 square metres of QC block, 1,473 square metres of amenities and 3,277square metres of administrative offices. We are proud that this is the only such facility on the African continent.

Our plant manufactures intravenous medical equipment, blood collection bags, renal dialysis products, healthcare products and final finished products. Many of these products are used in intensive care units and operating theatres in hospitals across South Africa every day.

The facility was upgraded in May 2012 with an investment of R300m. The project was aimed at upgrading the machinery and equipment at the facility to improve operational efficiency and the site now has scope for our production expansions. The upgrade project ensured that Adcock Ingram Critical Care facility meets the international Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention and Pharmaceutical Co-operation Scheme Standards (PIC/S). The facility now also meets the World Health Organization requirements.

The Adcock Ingram Critical Care factory manufactures products at global standards and allows for partnerships with dialysis providers and product distributors in the country. The integrated facility produces empty bags and final finished pharmaceutical products on site. The plant has extrusion facilities for medical grade plastics operation, such as sheeting, tubing exteriors and blend systems, as well as a heatseal unit for fabrication of Viaflex bags using radio frequency welding.

Adcock Ingram Critical Care is committed to building a sustainable business that has the lowest possible impact on the environment. As part of Adcock Ingram Critical Care’s environmental commitment the factory facilities incorporate several sustainable features such as recycling of an estimated 100,000l of water a day, sensor-based lighting equipment and solar-powered water heaters for personal use.