Interphil supports the supply chain of its clients with three core services, namely:

Toll Manufacturing

The multiple production facilities make possible the replication of manufacturing and packaging processes based on client’s specifications.  The cost of toll manufacturing is calculated on activity basis taking into account the exact workflow, operating times, headcount requirements, and analytical procedures.  The toll manufacturing fee is charged on a per unit basis and adjusted annually to take into account changes in the underlying cost structure.

Primary Repacking and Regional Distribution Center.

The cost for these services is activity-based and depends primarily on volume for repacking and volume and movements for regional distribution.

Planning and Procurement

This service offers clients customized materials, logistics planning and the benefits of group purchasing programs.  The cost of planning and procurement is a margin on the materials purchased.  The margin is dependent on the volume of purchasing, inventory holding periods and the level of benefit to the purchase price reductions achieved for the clients.

Product Development

This service avails clients to develop new products, line extensions and new pack sizes of existing products.  The service extends from formulation, process and analytical methods development, lab and pilot production runs, accelerated stability testing, technical dossiers preparation including assistance in the documentation in relation to licensing and registration of these products. The cost of product development may differ widely, depending on the nature and complexity of the development work.  In general, Interphil would retain the know-how for the development work and secure intellectual property rights as well as the manufacturing rights for newly developed products.

In addition, Interphil made available to other institutions its Quality Control Laboratory for Third Party Product Testing Services. Its capability to extend this service is built on highly-qualified staff and analytical equipment. Testing capability ranges from physical, chemical, chromatographic, spectrophotometric to microbiological analysis. The accreditation of Quality Control Laboratory to ISO/IEC 17025, a global laboratory management system, is in-process.