Growel’ Production Units are equipped with sophisticated machinery, supported by fully equipped and high standard laboratory apart from well qualified, experienced and expertise manufacturing and quality control.
Growel’ Production Unit’s core competency is its excellent product quality backed by skilled professionals with highest quality and efficiency.Growel’ Production Units follows all stringent quality control methods to assure best quality products.Growel Agrovet’s products are well accepted by the veterinarians world wide. Growel has its own brands & formulations.All formulations are processed under the keen supervision of qualified and experienced technocrats.Growel’ Production Units have sophisticated machinery and facilities to take care of the production process as well as quality assurance. All Growel’ Production Units are well planned in production capacity to meet the future demands also.Growel’ Production Unit’s quality system and the activities of the quality control department. Process for the release of printed components and finished goods.
As soon as any batch has been finally packed, the in process QA person draws random samples of the finished goods, these random samples are then tested against approved specifications by the QC department.These specifications are normally more specifications (known as product release specifications).The quality control department certifies that the Goods which meet the laid down specifications.The batch production record is then reviewed by the quality assurance manager. He checks that all the documents are complete in all respects. The QA manager releases the batch for distribution by signing the BPR.
All printed packaging materials on receipt from vender are stored in warehouse under test status. A goods receipt note for the material is made and sent to QC department on the receipt of the goods receipt note.
The QC department assigns an analytical reference number to the material and does sampling on the same as per respective SOP of sampling. Samples are tested as per the approved specification and compared with approved standards and shade cards.
Following standards test procedures, if the samples conform to the specifications, then the consignment is released and an approved label is pasted over the “Under Test” label. The consignment is then moved to the approved bay.