Enjoy a full course of popular articles from last month. These packaging design innovations, production ideas, and COVID-19 assistance could prove to be recipes for your success.
Sure. Shippers should be sustainably designed and cost optimized. That often means using the minimum amount of packaging materials. But when it’s crucial for 100% of the products to arrive safely intact, is over-packaging an acceptable given?
Chemicals company Ineos makes hand sanitizers a regular part of its business.
Packaging engineers should be involved early on in order to design and develop the best sterile barrier system for your device and end user, according to a packaging expert.
Automated package coding solutions, along with code validation systems, play a huge part in ensuring that pharmaceutical production lines are kept error-free and help ensure regulatory compliance.
Already the epitome of smart ecommerce packaging, The Box adds a camera, speaker, microphone, and more sensors.
Polyplastics USA reports surging interest from the pharmaceuticals industry in its Topas-branded cyclic olefin copolymer as an alternative to borosilicate glass for medical syringes and containers.
Before the offshoring of the last two decades, pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging was vibrant in Puerto Rico. Guess what? The infrastructure and skilled workers stand ready for an easy reboot.
Designed with only two injection-molded plastic parts, 8Shot offers an "economically viable solution" for drug delivery, according to Hovione Technology.
Lean manufacturing could influence the costs of manufacturing drug-delivery systems.