Pharma Tech Industries Appoints Bryan Cox to Position of Staff Engineer

Pharma Tech Industries (PTI), aU.S.-based provider of contract manufacturing and packaging services for pharmaceutical, OTC healthcare, medical device and personal care products and the largest pharmaceutical contract manufacturer and packager of powder products in the world, announced today its appointment of Bryan J. Cox as Staff Engineer.

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In this role, Mr. Cox will handle general engineering functions as well as manage validation activities for processes and products within pharmaceutical, medical device and personal care categories. Drawing from extensive experience in these markets, he will also be responsible for developing costing and manufacturing methods to support new business initiatives. In addition, Mr. Cox will perform research and development activities for packaging and plastics technologies to support new and current businesses. Further, he will manage all Tool Shop resources in order to support the plastics department, which consists of injection, injection blow, compression and extrusion technologies.

“We are really pleased to bring Bryan on board,” said Tee Noland, Director of Business Development for PTI. “His previous engineering experience in the medical and pharmaceutical world, combined with his superior managerial skills, will be a tremendous asset to the Pharma Tech team.”

Before joining PTI, Mr. Cox was a senior engineer at Remington Medical. Prior to that, he served two years as R&D program manager at Pixel Optics and earlier, held numerous positions throughout his nine years at Johnson and Johnson.

Mr. Cox holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Carolina and a Masters in Business Administration from Clemson University. He is a member of the Society of Professional Engineers and currently resides in Braselton, GA with his family.
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