Visit to ACG Pampac
13th February 2015, Friday.
ACG Pampac, a member of ACG Worldwide, is a leading solutions provider for customized blister packaging and carton equipment. ACG Worldwide has continuously strived to provide quality end-to-end solutions for the over 50 years in solid dosage delivery systems including fluid bed processors, tablet coaters, empty hard capsules, capsule-filling machines, tablet presses, barrier packaging films, blister packaging machines, carton packaging machines, end-of-line packaging solutions, vision inspection systems and track & trace solutions.
ACG Pampac has its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in Village Bebadohol, Tal.Maval, Dist-Pune about 35 kms from Pune. Backed by more than 400 employees, ACG Pampac conceptualizes, designs and builds some of the world’s most advanced and customized packaging machineries that are reliable, flexible, efficient and capable of delivering desired outputs.
Continuous innovation and improvement is the core motto of ACG Pampac. This has created an arsenal of machines that caters to a wide range of products pertaining to pharmaceutical, FMCG and engineering industries. Keeping in mind the varied needs of different products, versatile machines are designed to handle variety of films and laminates.
The students of MBA – I and II accompanied by Prof. Vijay Deshmukh and Prof. Divya Lakhani visited on Friday, 13th February 2015. Mr. Abhijeet Thorat, Manager, HR welcomed us and gave an overview of the company through a presentation. Thereafter the students were taken for understanding the assembly operations.
Towards the end of the visit a quiz was conducted by Mr. Abhijeet. The questions were based on the information provided by him and the assembly operations. The objective of this was to make sure that the students understood each and every aspect of the company. The winners of this quiz were – Mr. Vinit Sadani, Mr. Jayesh Harwani and Ms. Rupali Kale. Each of them was given a book – GOAL. Thereafter the students were treated to a delicious lunch in the canteen. Lastly, Mr. Prabhakar Medhe, Head – HR invited the students to be part of this company and encouraged them to sharpen their skills.
An industrial visit is considered as one of the most tactical methods of teaching. This visit provided the students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices of the company. Visiting a company gives students a practical perspective on the world of work; it gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college.