Natoli Engineering Co., Inc.

Natoli Engineering Co., Inc.

28 Research Park Cir.
St. Charles, Missouri 63304
Phone: 636-926-8900
About the Company

Natoli Engineering Company, Inc., an industry-leading tablet compression solutions provider, has over 40 years of experience in delivering quality products and services to pharmaceutical, nutritional, confectionery, industrial and veterinary industries around the world. Natoli’s commitment to providing the highest quality products and expert technical service ensures their customers get the most from their equipment. Natoli’s headquarters is strategically located in one of the Midwest’s finest progressive industrial parks — the Missouri Research Park of St. Charles, MO. The 120,000 square-foot campus includes administrative, manufacturing, refurbishing, training, laboratory, and teleconferencing facilities. Natoli has grown to offer an extensive line of products and services to assist all stages of the tablet production process including: world-renowned tablet compression tooling with many steel type and coating options; die table segments; tablet presses; tablet press replacement parts and turrets; tablet press refurbishing services; tool inspection devices; tool management software; an all-new Tablet Compression Accessories Catalog; technical training courses; technical support and troubleshooting; and laboratory services. They recently opened the Natoli Institute for Industrial Pharmacy Research and Development in partnership with the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences on the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University (LIU). Supporting one of the few industrial pharmacy programs in North America, the Institute is dedicated to advancing knowledge in the field of pharmaceutical solid oral dosage formulation and engineering and features dispensing, formulation, compression, and coating suites. The institute provides an opportunity for customers to have their tableting problems investigated, such as sticking, picking, tablet disintegration/dissolution, bioavailability, and formulation and feasibility experiments