The SGD Pharma App aims at optimizing and harmonizing exchanges with quality controllers and technical staff by making it easier to identify non-compliances that could be present in molded glass bottles intended for pharmaceutical use.
Gerresheimer started manufacturing 33- and 38-mm child-resistant caps (CRC) five years ago. The company has seen increasing conversion in the market, with Indian-made caps now enjoying higher demand than imported ones.
At the CPhI Worldwide in Frankfurt (Germany), Romaco and Huhtamaki showcased the first recyclable strip packaging for pharmaceutical solids.
This new solution by ULMA Packaging arose from the need to remove sterile products from packages while avoiding any type of contamination with microorganisms and/or particles that could migrate from the exterior of the packaging to the product while removing it.
Much of the conversation around packaging and dispensing design for pediatric medications is rooted in safety.
ActiveGuard® CONNECT™ was developed in cooperation with Water.IO, with the goal of addressing the lack of patient adherence to prescription medicine or supplementation of nutraceuticals.
Glass production begins with engineering the mould. The more accurately the moulds are designed and made, the greater the quality of the bottle.
Phillips-Medisize recently announced an agreement with a Global Pharmaceutical Company, where it acquired exclusive ownership of patents supporting an innovative mini-tablet dispenser.
The Clariant Healthcare Packaging business unit is now producing desiccant packets at its plant in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, India.
Schreiner MediPharm is offering a new sealing solution called the Multi-Tear Closure Label for tamper-proof closure of folding boxes and wallets.