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Vetter to Expand Secondary Packaging Capabilities at German Facility

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Vetter has unveiled plans to expand the secondary packaging capabilities at its facility in Ravensburg, Germany.

Vetter’s existing secondary packaging facility is being expanded to meet the growing customer needs and market demand for complex packaging solutions.

Expected to complete in the next several years, the expansion will add around 32,000 ft² of new packaging capacity.

As part of the expansion, the company will install new fully-automated packaging lines and manual and semi-automated packaging processes, as well as assembly equipment for a wide variety of formats.

The company will expand its serialization and aggregation capability to meet the future requirements of regulatory authorities.

Vetter will also construct an advanced syringe blister line, including safety device assembly and equipment for packaging Japan quality.

In addition, the firm will install advanced assembly machines to produce diverse pen and autoinjector types for the customers.

Vetter production/engineering senior vice president Bernd Stauss said: “Often we hear from customers that a high level of expertise in the assembly and packaging of pens, autoinjectors and safety devices is critical for their success.

“Vetter has this experience and can offer a one-stop solution, from development to filling to secondary packaging including serialization of products; a service that is greatly appreciated by our customers.”

Vetter is a contract development and manufacturing organization, which offers services ranging from clinical manufacturing to commercial supply and different packaging solutions for vials, syringes and cartridges.

The company operates production facilities in Germany and the US.

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