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The Quick Pace of Evolution in Healthcare Packaging for Developing Nations


Published on October 12, 2021

Evolution in the healthcare packaging industry is much quicker in developing nations than it is in more developed countries. Continuous improvement is all about minimizing risk while getting products to market quickly is still a top priority. So, what are the unique, foreseeable trends for 2022, and how are markets evolving in Asia, post pandemic? 

BioPharma APAC recently interviewed Aldin Velic, General Manager—SEA to discuss the strategies in place to serve customers in the medical device, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical industries. From advanced material design and an expansive product catalogue to top-notch technical support, Oliver is proud to support growing and innovative markets like Korea, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, and Australasia. 

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