ACG appoints Udit K Singh as CEO of ACG Inspection

ACG, a leading supplier of fully integrated manufacturing solutions to the global pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry, has appointed Mr. Udit K Singh as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its Inspection Division.

Mr. Singh will be supporting the company as it continues its growth and global expansion. He will be responsible for ensuring that every dose of medication that ACG Inspection’s pharmaceutical and nutraceutical partners provide is manufactured and delivered exactly as intended. That is down to the fact that ACG’s visual inspection systems track and monitor the manufacturing lines to guarantee flawless, safe products.

Karan Singh, Managing Director, ACG, said: “ACG is focused on building a diverse, world-class team by hiring top international talent. We are delighted to welcome Udit Singh to ACG Inspections. He has had an illustrious career and brings diverse and unique capabilities, including a robust understanding of the pharmaceutical sector.

“The team looks forward to tapping into his deep experience to enrich our global work towards making the world safer and healthier. With his knowledge and expertise in this field, Udit Singh is sure to take ACG Inspection to newer heights.”

Mr. Singh added: “I am pleased to join ACG and will work to ensure that our advanced serialisation, aggregation and anti-counterfeiting solutions track and protect medicines all the way through the supply chain, and into the hands of those who need them.

“We are investing substantially to ensure our track and trace platform performs seamlessly and complies with regulatory requirements all over the world. I look forward to playing an integral role, and contributing towards the continued development, working with a world-class team.”

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