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Powering Innovation in Pharma and Medical Device Packaging

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Powering Innovation in Pharma and Medical Device Packaging

PACK EXPO Las Vegas and co-located Healthcare Packaging EXPO offer a wider array of packaging solutions for the pharma, biopharma, nutraceutical and medical device industries than any other pharmaceutical trade event. One badge gives you access to both shows.

Be sure to look for:  

  • Advanced technologies to safeguard your product and provide accurate dosing
  • Systems to ensure traceability, validity and security 
  • Versatile and customizable applications, such as adaptable labeling systems
  • Materials and containers that preserve sterility, extend shelf life and protect your product 
  • Crossover solutions from other industries such as food, cannabis, cosmetics/personal care and more

 

 

PHARMA/MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY NEWS
 

Flexible mono-material for medical

Expanded variations to single-stream recycle-ready flexible materials for life science and medical device manufacturers.

 

 

What’s in a label

A new UDI Resource Guide provides over 30 links to Unique Device Identification compliance resources for medical device labeling.

 

 

Shaped pouch prompts wearable pump

Described as the world’s first all-in-one wearable breast pump that fits inside a bra, it incorporates a doughnut-shaped pouch/bag that holds breast milk. 

 

 

Sometimes personal care is both a drug and a cosmetic

Anti-dandruff shampoos, anticaries toothpaste, antiperspirant-deodorants, moisturizers and make-up with SPF protection are just some of the personal care products with FDA Title 21 or 16 mandated regulations.

 

 

Printer eases compliance

A thermal barcode printer combines high-resolution printing with high precision in label feeding to print small labels on medical device packaging.

 

 

Single-Head for specific capping needs

Designed specifically for pharmaceutical companies, a new single-head servo capping machine operates at speeds to 50 bottles/min.

 

 

Bottomless conveyor for bottle bottoms

The system enables the printing of serial numbers, lot codes and other markings on the bottle bottoms, without disrupting bottles in packaging line flow.

 

 

Flexible fill and finish

Automation expands capabilities, boosts productivity and limits operator/product contact for pharmaceutical packagers.

 

 

Solid dose monitoring on the line

A chemical imaging system can detect tablets with a different chemical composition, eliminating the need for off-line laboratory sampling.

 

 

Flexible mono-material for medical

Expanded variations to single-stream recycle-ready flexible materials for life science and medical device manufacturers.

 

 

A one-stop-shop for track-and-trace

Turnkey lines for vial and syringe filling suites now able to deliver serialization compliance.

 

 

Outside inspiration

Packaging companies are leveraging innovations from the pharmaceutical space for use with nutraceuticals