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Pharmaceutical packaging: how will it change in the next 5 years?

“The very strong turnout we see this week is sign of increased positivity across the industry, with executives in drug delivery and packaging companies actively seeking new partners and looking to increase outsourcing in 2024. There is a real desire to explore new capabilities and solutions to meet rising demand in the next few years.” The […]

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Whistleblowing: Tubettificio Perfektüp complies with legislation

Whistleblowing is a procedure that allows a company’s employees, suppliers or customers to report, in a confidential and protected manner, any misconduct observed during the course of their work activities. The term is intended to deliberately recall the referee’s or policeman’s whistle, aimed at attracting attention to restore order. Often, in fact, those who become

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Pharmaceutical packaging and artificial intelligence: how AI will revolutionize the industry

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing many industries, and the world of packaging is no exception. Thanks to rapid technological advances, artificial intelligence applied to packaging offers new opportunities for growth in the field of packaging, making processes more efficient, customisable and sustainable. Especially in the pharmaceutical packaging sector, this technology is revolutionizing not only the development

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ppwr EU regulation

Recycle or reuse? The packaging dilemma at the European PPWR challenge 

It is spelled PPWR, it reads Packaging & Packaging Waste Regulation. And we can summarize it like this: “Recycling is good, but it is not enough to reach the green targets we set ourselves in the EU. Consequently, the strategy of organizations and companies needs to shift towards reusable, rather than recyclable, packaging.”  A concept

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Ophthalmic packaging and some thoughts about USA market

Ophthalmic packaging: drugs recall in the US causes controversy

Lo scorso ottobre la Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ha annunciato il ritiro dal mercato statunitense di diversi farmaci oftalmici. Una decisione significativa, che ha sollevato interrogativi e preoccupazioni in tutta la filiera farmaceutica, oltre che destare sconcerto nei clienti finali. Come produttori europei di packaging farmaceutico oftalmico, la notizia ha destato subito il nostro

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Let's meet at CphI 2023

Perfektüp awaits you at CPhI Barcelona

Once again this year, we are glad to confirm our participation in CPhI, the global event that brings together all the key players in the pharmaceutical industry. The fair will be held in Barcelona from 24 to 26 October. We look forward to welcoming you at Perfektüp Group’s stand 2E09. It will therefore be a unique opportunity to meet the team

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Aluminium ophthalmic tube: the guarantee seal is now in PET

The pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry has made great progress in recent years in finding more sustainable solutions for the packaging of its products. A change that also involves those small components that seemingly have little impact but multiplied over large numbers can make a big difference. The Perfektüp tube factory has developed an interesting solution for aluminium tubes containing eye care

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Innovation and research in packaging

Innovation and research in packaging are essential to respond to market needs and to guarantee the sustainability of the supply chain, as also required by the most recent European regulations. These are not the usual catchphrases: we are facing a turning point in the packaging sector, which requires us to rethink many of the paradigms that have

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