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Healthcare Packaging News and Top Issues October 2022Healthcare Packaging News and Top Issues October 2022
BD and Biocorp’s agreement for self-injectable drugs, BD's recall, world’s first transparent recyclable mid-barrier blister, plea for colored vaccine caps, more.
Packaging departments of medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers need to keep up with regulatory updates, sustainability solutions, new technologies, and major issues impacting their packaging decisions. On a regular basis, Packaging Digest finds and reposts related healthcare packaging news, videos, and opinions found on social media, with the most recent “find” at the beginning.
Here are relevant posts from October 2022. CLICK HERE to see the latest additions.
UDI implementation challenges.
Analysis of sterile medical packaging market.
Nosco purchases Komori’s GX40RP for pharmaceutical packaging.
Steris’ new facility to offer package testing services.
Determining a valid sample size.
Aphena Pharma Solutions’ new facility for solid-dose and biologics packaging.
PETG rigid packaging report.
Pressure-sensitive adhesives market.
Trends in oral drug packaging.
Latest news from Packaging Digest.
BD and Biocorp join forces to improve adherence to injectable drugs.
Resource Label acquires MedLit Solutions.
Five pharma packaging insights.
Man vs. machine: Inspecting pharmaceutical packaging.
Potential breach of BD’s reusable metal containers
Demand for glass packaging boosts growth.
TekniPlex debuts transparent recyclable blister package.
Medical packaging to reach $50.70 billion by 2028.
To avoid mix-ups use colored caps, say pediatricians.
Merck expands syringe-packaging capabilities in Singapore.
Ritedose acquisition completes nebulized inhalation drug portfolio.
COVID-19 impact on pharma packaging market.
MSD’s new packaging facility in Singapore.
Facility upgrades complete for paperboard packaging company.
Recyclable blister packaging.
IoPP’s MDPTC presentation on shipping materials that reduce EO emissions.
Medical packaging forecast for North America.
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