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The company, founded by the son of a former CEO, recently raised $1 million in a Series A round.
The company has more than a dozen locations in North America and Europe.
The money is used to build a factory in Toronto, build a new warehouse, and expand its workforce.
“We believe we are building a sustainable business that is growing and creating value for our customers,” said John H. Lauterbach, the CEO of SuppositoryFillingMachine.com, in a statement.
“SuppositoryFillers have a proven track record of delivering top-notch products to our customers, and we’re excited to be partnering with them on a new project to bring our brand to the U.S. market.”
The company plans to begin production of a model, the PX4, this year.
Lantech’s other product is the SFF4 filling machine, which is also an in-home filling machine.
“Our products have been proven in the U and Canada and are proven to provide excellent quality for our clients and the environment,” said the company’s CEO, Jim Moseley.
“It’s important to us to continue our commitment to sustainability by making products that are truly environmentally friendly and that are easy to use.”