Nemera

Nemera is a world leader in the design, development and manufacturing of drug delivery solutions. Its expertise covers several modes of delivery: ophthalmic; nasal, buccal, auricular; pulmonary; dermal; parenteral.
Supplier Categories: 
● ophthalmic (multidose, preservative-free eyedroppers), ● nasal, buccal, auricular (pumps, valves and actuators for sprays), ● pulmonary (pMDIs, DPIs), ● dermal and transdermal (airless & atmospheric dispensers), ● parenteral(autoinjectors, pens, safety devices & implanters)

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