Product unit identification and traceability software provider Adents has secured €8.5m (£6.1m) in funding to finance expansion in pharmaceutical product packaging.
Pharmaceutical & medical
Pharma-machinery specialist Sepha is unveiling its tool-less, non-destructive leak-detection device for pharmaceutical blister packs at Achema.
The Swift Doser, Rieke’s product for the oral administering of medicines to animals, has been recognised at the Pet’s & Vet’s Packaging Innovation Awards.
Nurofen manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser has been accused of using 'misleading' packaging for its Specific Pain range.
Origin Pharma Packaging has joined The ChildSafe Packaging Group (CSPG), a trade association of manufacturers and suppliers of child resistant packaging.
Schreiner MediPharm will showcase its Flexi-Cap security concept at Pharmapack Europe in Paris, 11-12 February.
Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) says its Vulcan print and apply labeller can help pharmaceutical firms meet forthcoming EU Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) requirements.
Travtec, the pharmaceutical coding and product handling company, has introduced a new software suite to increase code accuracy in regulated industries.
West Midlands-based merchant and convertor Vision Paper and Board are now stockists of Tamfold, a high-quality packaging grade from Stora Enso.
Tesco’s financial woes have deepened with chairman Sir Richard Broadbent set to resign following revelation of more inaccuracies in its accounting, and profits haemorrhaging by 92%.
Italian packaging equipment giant Marchesini Group is in bullish mood, forecasting a 12% increase in turnover and launching a slew of investment projects.
Supermarket Waitrose said it is pushing for a gradual change in the UK's recycling culture, at both government and consumer level.
Global Closure Systems is forecasting €50m pharmaceutical sales by 2017, an increase from its current level of €44.7m for this year.
Swiss chemicals company Clariant is to buy Chinese healthcare packaging firm VitaPac, for an undisclosed fee.
RPC Bramlage-Wiko has launched a new inhaler to meet demand for capsule-based systems.