Adhesives manufacturer H.B. Fuller has revealed a new range of adhesive grades with hot melt advanced technology for ultra-cold storage of vaccines and medication packaging.
The need to protect drugs, medical devices, and new types of medical packaging, such as auto-injectors and prefilled syringes, etc., has created a need for innovative solutions to meet the challenges of oxidative degradation.
Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging for a broad array of industries and applications, has developed a differentiating packaging solution for a topical antiparasitic solution produced by Aurora Pharmaceuticals, Inc
Stevanato Group has strengthened its collaboration with Microsoft Italy to meet the challenges the pharmaceutical glass industry is experiencing from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airnov Healthcare Packaging is introducing a new barrier bottle, OXYNOV, for oxygen-sensitive pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and probiotic products.
With Triveni Polymers Pvt. Ltd. in Kundli, Gerresheimer has already been well positioned in India for many years. A second production plant in Kosamba (Gujarat) is to strengthen the production capacity for Triveni plastic containers, which are in strong demand worldwide.
Over the last couple of years serialization at pack level has become a global requirement in the pharmaceutical industry,” says Craig Stobie, director of global sector development at Domino. “In the future, it is likely that serialization of individual pockets of a blister pack will become the new standard, in order to further enhance patient safety and reduce medical errors.”
India will have a new container glass producer in the first quarter of 2021.
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Vericool, the inventors of the world’s first recyclable/biodegradable cooler, have developed a worldwide sustainable thermal solution for shipping COVID-19 vaccines that is both recyclable and compostable. This shipping solution will eliminate the potential need for millions of EPS (Styrofoam) coolers that are non-environmentally friendly and devastate the global landscape. An EPS cooler is not biodegradable and stays in the environment for hundreds of years.
Driving digitization forward in hospitals requires product solutions based on RFID technology. To support this trend Schreiner MediPharm has equipped its tamper-evident specialty label ‘Cap-Lock’ with an RFID inlay.
Jurata Thin Film is bringing to market its technology, which allows biologics and vaccines to be packaged, shipped, and stored at room temperature for extended periods of time. MSI-TX Thin Film enables up to 500 doses of a vaccine to be placed on a single wafer-thin 8.5 -11-inch (216 x 280mm) sheet of film, weighing just 5g.