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Oliver Healthcare Packaging Strengthens Presence in Asia To Support Growing Customer Base


Published on August 7, 2018

Grand Rapids, Michigan (USA) and Singapore – 7 August, 2018 – Oliver™ Healthcare Packaging, a leading provider of sterile barrier flexible packaging for the global healthcare industry, recently announced the opening of a new office in Singapore to support their growing customer base in the Asia Pacific market. 

This expansion is a part of Oliver’s long-term strategic plan to deliver high quality materials and expertise to medical device and pharmaceutical companies around the world. This is especially important in this region, where regulatory requirements are increasing, and an emphasis on cleaner medical packaging is driving the market.

Full Press Release of New Office in Singapore 


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