The role of packaging has evolved in the last few years. Consumers today are more aware than they were in the past; they are looking for cost-effective, aesthetically pleasing packaging with the assurance that the product delivered to them is original and has details about the intake of the medicine. To fulfil the demands of the consumers, the pharmaceutical industry is making a shift from traditional packaging to smart packaging.
Today, PDI Healthcare, a global leader in infection prevention products and solutions, announces a breakthrough in canister packaging with their new Dual Access Lid, designed to improve the convenience of disinfecting wipes for faster and easier access
A recent report from ResearchandMarkets.com stated the global blister packaging market is projected to grow in value from US$24.1 billion in 2020 to US$34.1bn by 2025. As an effect of the global pandemic, it is no surprise the healthcare sector is the largest end-use sector segment. While thermoforming holds the most significant technology segment of the blister packaging market, cold forming is used extensively due to its high efficiency rate.
London, UK – 24 AUGUST 2021 – Klöckner Pentaplast (kp), a leading global manufacturer of high barrier protective packaging solutions with industry-leading use of recycled content material, has launched kpNext, its first-to-market innovation in recyclable PET blister films. kpNext is the only PET recyclable blister that is completely compatible on pharmaceutical manufacturing form, fill and seal equipment.
Zurich, Switzerland: Amcor, a global leader in developing and producing a diverse offering of responsible packaging solutions, today announced the launch of a proprietary healthcare lidding technology that will be utilized for combination products – those consisting of two or more regulated components (device, drug or biologic).
A group of international medicines regulators has published recommendations intended to ease the use of track and trace systems, focusing on the technical aspects of sharing data between them.
The Covid-19 pandemic has tested the resources of the pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical packaging supply chain to deliver medicines and vaccines. Ensuring safe delivery at an
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Today, Danapak Flexibles, the global market leader in pack-aging for high barrier Transdermal Drug Delivery systems,
announced its strategic partnership with ACG, the world’s most integrated pharmaceutical supplier. The partnership will translate into better services to existing and new customers of Danapak Flexibles in India.
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Huhtamaki Launches Push Tab® Paper, an Industry-First Sustainable Renewable Paper-Based Blister Solution, Ideal for The global Healthcare Industry
Huhtamaki, a key global provider of sustainable packaging solutions and Syntegon, the German processing and packaging technology provider, today announce a breakthrough innovation for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. Push Tab® paper, the first paper-based tablet packaging, is made from renewable FSC™ certified paper and is designed to meet the stringent safety requirements of regulated pharmaceutical packaging. It provides customers a more sustainable alternative to traditional push-through packaging made of thermoformed PVC and aluminium and also helps to reduce environmental impact throughout the value chain.
AIPIA member SML Group has released an inlay for the pharmaceutical industry, designed for tracking single-dose drugs produced in disposable vials. The new product, known as the GB32U9, is SML’s smallest inlay to date, according to the report in RFID Journal and is engineered to transmit data effectively when applied to vials filled with liquid and made from plastic or glass packaging.