The fast-paced innovation in the pharmaceutical industry is requiring drug packaging companies to accelerate their innovation processes.
Pharmaceutical packaging manufacturers were also being called to be proactive and propose innovations to meet the emerging needs of consumers and final users.
Open innovation models offer some advantages but prototyping and “fast factory” remain the key to meeting the innovation challenge.
Prototyping allows pharma packaging companies to quickly evaluate new concept features and potential manufacturing constraints.
It also allows them to explore opportunities associated with the Internet of Things related to drug packaging.
Prototyping can also help in compliance with serialization regulations and the development of recyclable packaging materials and biodegradable solutions.
With fast factory systems, pharma packaging makers can quickly develop mock-ups, validate with clients and define the final product.
3 KEY POINTS
We are now at the beginning of a new decade, a decade that is destined to bring revolutionary changes in the pharma industry and in consumers’ lives,” says Bormioli Pharma’s innovation manager Federico Piutti.
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