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5 Pharmaceutical Trends & Their Impact on Packaging


Published on April 20, 2020

While a virus demands attention now, chronic diseases and changes in how medicine is delivered will remain for years to come. It’s our job to attend to both.

Packaging Digest recently covered five emerging pharma packaging trends for 2020.  The initiatives seem prescient now, with industry capabilities that will become even more significant in the coming months, regardless of the pandemic trajectory.

While remaining vigilant, it is encouraging to pause and consider the daily work we’ve always done, and will do again. The five factors discussed, from production flexibility and output to process optimization can advance quality, and efficiency, while preparing industry for growing self-medication needs and rapidly evolving technology through serialization. There is no doubt that looking ahead at new ways to support the health care industry evokes heightened purpose and a sense of hope.

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