The headquarters was designed to accommodate more than 200 employees. It includes a wide spectrum of manufacturing technologies, including capsulation, packaging, blister packaging, powder fulfillment, 3PL distribution, temperature controlled environment, formulation capabilities, label printing, and technical review.
For now, the lab specializes in manufacturing capsule dietary supplements and works with partners for all other delivery formats, a spokesperson told NutraIngredients-USA. Plans are in place to implement tableting this year.
Over the next several months, Biovation Labs will acquire the assets of several companies to “fortify and position Biovation Labs as a leading supplements contract manufacturer,” according to a statement from the company.
“Customers who partner with Biovation Labs will notice some key elements that immediately set us apart in the industry,” said Justin Bath, President of Biovation Labs. “We specifically cater to the manufacturing, warehousing, and fulfillment needs of nutraceutical and supplement companies. We have seasoned experts with decades of experience, and we have designed our teams to be extremely customer-centric, resulting in a rapid turnaround time of often only four to six weeks.”
Bath continued, “Some of the world’s most successful companies rely on contract manufacturers because it enables them to focus on research and development and marketing, without having to worry about the capital expenditures and risk inherent to manufacturing. Our experience, coupled with our supplement manufacturing technologies and supply chain expertise, makes us one of the leading vertically integrated nutraceutical and supplement manufacturers in the industry.”