Case Studies

Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & OTC Packaging

New HDPE bottle for new kefir beverage.
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New HDPE bottles for new Kefir

Bio-tiful Dairy has a brand new bottle with shrink sleeve label for its new range of organic dairy drinks.
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Perrigo tub open
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Infant formula tub filled with innovation

New package delivers consumer convenience with easy foil-liner removal, more hygienic scooping of the powder from the SmarTub.
Custom PET bottle for Sneaky Pete's oat beverage.
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New custom PET bottle for oat beverage

Scheduled for launch in April is a new, custom bottle for an unusual oat beverage from Butler, NJ-based Sneaky Pete’s.
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Nutritional drink differentiates through clean simplicity

Health drink Rumble distinguishes itself in the crowded functional beverage category through a clean, uncluttered design with artwork chosen to appeal to the emotions.
Aenova Noack
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Aenova partners with packaging supplier to address global pharmaceutical market changes

Restructured international pharmaceutical markets demand new manufacturing strategies. To ensure efficient packaging processes, Aenova and Romaco take a fresh approach.
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Aptar Pharma dose indicator selected for new asthma combination therapy

Aptar Pharma, developer and manufacturer of nasal and pulmonary drug delivery devices, has developed a customized Dose Indicator for Flutiform®, a SkyePharma product licensed to Mundipharma Intl. Corp. Ltd. in Europe.
Jamieson Symetix
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Vibratory size grader adds efficiencies for Jamieson Laboratories

Automates removal of broken tablets and fragments upstream of packaging for Canadian maker of vitamins, minerals, and supplements.
Burgopak Sinuflash
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French laboratory relaunches probiotic product

Aragan switches from a common blister/carton to a patented slider pack that offers multiple benefits.
Sun-Pac metal detector
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Versatile metal detector shines at Sun-Pac

Machine is moveable between eight different packaging lines for this contract packager of vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements.
Allegra single clamshell
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Allegra trial pack delivers multiple packaging 'firsts'

Sanofi US’s Chattem consumer healthcare division launches "A"-shaped package for Allegra allergy medication.
Pevco for Web
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Device maker uses copolyester for hospital tube delivery systems

Material withstands use in transporting patient-critical items and delivers multiple benefits to hospital workers.
After the redesign.
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Brand owner is 'fearless' with Feosol redesign

A complete redesign of the packaging graphics for the Feosol brand of iron supplements brings a modern, feminine touch to the line and makes the three-formula portfolio easier to shop.
Romaco Almac
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Blister packaging line helps Almac expand contract services in the U.K.

Almac will be able to meet growing demand for larger blister sizes and multiunit blister formats and increase packaging services for pharmaceutical and biotech markets.
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Henry Schein Animal Health opts for wool packaging

Scotland-based animal health distributor chooses wool for temperature-sensitive vaccines that deliver cold chain logistics benefits.
Nordic jellies box
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Individual packaging for fish-shaped fish oil supplements

Colorful boxes carry four blister sheets, each with nine individually wrapped fish-shaped jellies that provide convenience.

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