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Beacon Converters celebrated its 70th anniversary in a new facility designed for the third-generation, family-owned company's rapidly growing business with a focus on improved efficiencies and environmental controls.


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MHK has over 60 years of solid experience in the application of a variety of high-precision metalworking technologies to the manufacture of precision components.


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Amniox taps the unique properties of placental tissue to develop a range of regenerative products.


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To promote health and safety while supporting medical device innovation, the European Commission, Council, and Parliament are transforming the Medical Device Directives (MDD; Council Directive 90/385/EEC for active implantable


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Nurses and technicians were quite vocal as they opened medical device packages submitted for feedback during HealthPack’s annual “Voice of the Customer—Nurses & Technicians” panel.


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A few years ago Tim Early envisioned a unique approach to staffing and consulting—described below as “an open-talent economy format”—and so he founded Network Packaging Partners.


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At MD&M West’s Center Stage, Packaging Professionals Karen Greene and Minda Grucela offered tips on developing a rationale for packaging validation.


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Medical device packaging design is an integral part of delivering your device to market safely and securely, with the sterile barrier intact.


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One stop on our Packaging Innovation Tour at MD&M Minneapolis 2016 was Gel-Pak, a company offering a biocompatible gel that can be coated onto the bottom of boxes, trays, slides, and films to secure medical components in p


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Packaging conferences typically don’t take attendees outside their comfort zones. Unless, of course, it’s the Healthcare Packaging Immersion Event.


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Looking for some new ideas in medical device packaging?


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Computer Designs Custom Thermoforming’s forte is designing packaging using almost any material, says Chuck Ortwein, account executive.


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The Healthcare Packaging Immersion Experience (HcPIE) does just that—immerses you into settings that simulate how your packaging will be used.


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It’s important for medical packaging engineers to fully understand all medical packaging requirements and be aware of global medical packaging standards, says Curt Larsen, consultant at Spartan Design Group and a member of


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Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging and Mangar Medical Packaging expect their recent merger to “provide customers with access to additional products, technologies, and levels of service without having to diversify their supply b


At MD&M West’s Center Stage, Packaging Professionals Karen Greene and Minda Grucela offered tips on developing a rationale for packaging validation. They spoke February 9 in the panel discussion: “...


Medical device packaging design is an integral part of delivering your device to market safely and securely, with the sterile barrier intact. Yet this critical process is often given little attention in the overall product development process....


One stop on our Packaging Innovation Tour at MD&M Minneapolis 2016 was Gel-Pak, a company offering a biocompatible gel that can be coated onto the bottom of boxes, trays, slides, and films to secure medical components in place during transport...


Packaging conferences typically don’t take attendees outside their comfort zones. Unless, of course, it’s the Healthcare Packaging Immersion Event. Held at Michigan State University...


Looking for some new ideas in medical device packaging? If so, please join us for a free tour at MD&M Minneapolis and...


Computer Designs Custom Thermoforming’s forte is designing packaging using almost any material, says Chuck Ortwein, account executive. The company started 20 years ago designing tooling for customers using CAD/CAM software, and “along the way...


The Healthcare Packaging Immersion Experience (HcPIE) does just that—immerses you into settings that simulate how your packaging will be used.

“Medical device manufacturers tend to run tests in optimized conditions,” explains Dr. Laura Bix,...


It’s important for medical packaging engineers to fully understand all medical packaging requirements and be aware of global medical packaging standards, says Curt Larsen, consultant at Spartan Design Group and a member of PMP News’s...


Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging and Mangar Medical Packaging expect their recent merger to “provide customers with access to additional products, technologies, and levels of service without having to diversify their supply base,” reports Jody...


As part of its mission to reduce the amount of healthcare packaging waste sent to landfill, Beacon Converters has come up with a unique way to highlight material recovery.  The sterilization packaging manufacturer has commissioned the creation of...


Nurses and medical technicians evaluated packages during a Voice of the Customer focus group broadcast live at this year’s HealthPack, held in New Orleans March 15-17. As these users opened packages, they answered questions from IoPP’s Medical...


Oliver-Tolas Healthcare Packaging recently expanded its operations in Hamilton, OH, to include an additional high-speed coating line for producing its SealScience heat-seal coatings for sterile-grade packaging materials. The company recently...


Chuck Taylor’s packaging team at Medtronic is moving toward designs that support sustainability efforts and cost reductions. “We are trying to accomplish benefits for everyone in terms of usability and reducing waste on a weight basis in operating...


Medical device packaging engineers often face tight deadlines and budgets. So when the members of the Flexible Packaging Association’s Sterilization Packaging Manufacturers Council (SPMC) were brainstorming recently on how to help package...


As an alternative to high-impact polystyrene (HIPS) for medical device packaging applications, Pacur LLChas begun extruding PETG foam made with ...