Developments in packaging over the last month for the medical device packaging market include COVID-19 insights, a packaging award, a leadership shift, business partnerships, and more.
SMPC invites you to help celebrate safety in healthcare on March 10 by participating in the first event that shines a light on an unsung hero: packaging.
Medical device companies can make a difference when it comes to sustainability, according to a senior packaging engineer at Medtronic who spoke during Virtual Engineering Week.
It’s probably no surprise that COVID-19 dominated many of our best-read articles related to pharmaceutical and medical packaging in 2020. But sustainability and a rare approval of a new pharmaceutical packaging test method fills out our baker’s...
Kilmer Innovations in Packaging offers packaging engineers the chance to collaborate on four important challenges facing the industry, explained speakers during Virtual Engineering Week.
Amy Stewart, chairperson of the IoPP Medical Device Packaging Technical Committee, talks about sterilization trends and new industry innovation groups, as well as regulatory changes making a global impact and the concern of healthcare waste, at...
Solutions in 3D printing, medical packaging, and automation will be “on display” at next week’s Virtual Engineering Week.
An expansive educational lineup for Virtual Engineering Week, November 30 – December 4, will kick off each day with a fireside chat and keynote presentation, including several from packaging thought-leaders.
Class I medical device companies have work to do, despite the UDI enforcement delay.
Learn why X-ray irradiation is being considered as an alternative method to sterilize some polymer-based medical devices, such as wound care dressings, wearables, and ostomy appliances.