Accucaps maker describes need for gel-cap manufacturing finesse

"This is an industry that relies on your brains, not your brawn," says ops VP Glen Harron of gel-cap maker Accucaps. "It relies on a very self-disciplined workforce. People need to keep a slow, methodical pace; you need to be accurate, accurate, accurate." Story

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