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Pro Mach Acquires Zalkin

Pharmaceutical bottlers are familiar with Zalkin as a provider of advanced capping equipment offered in integrated bottle line solutions from Fowler Products. Fowler parent company Pro Mach is cementing closer ties with the acquisition of the French-based machinery manufacturer.

Comar Recapitalizes To Support Growth

Comar, Inc. announced a successful recapitalization with private investment firm Graham Partners. The transaction, and Graham’s partnership with Comar's management, will provide access to additional capital and resources to support Comar’s global expansion plans and further broaden the company’s product development and manufacturing capabilities in North America, the companies said in a press release.

Praxis Packaging Fills Its Millionth Bottle

Contract packager Praxis Packaging Solutions has filled its millionth bottle on its newly integrated primary packaging line in Grand Rapids, MI. The company has reached this milestone just after 100 days of commercial production, it reported in a press release. Just under one year ago the company set out to vertically integrate its secondary packaging with primary tablet fill packaging. 

Pretium Packaging To Close Pointe Claire, Quebec Facility

Pretium Packaging, L.L.C. has announced a plan to cease operations at its site in Pointe Claire, Quebec by the end of December 2013.

Fowler Products Expansion Supports Advanced Bottling

Companies upgrading capping technology achieve quicker start ups with lines assembled and integrated in Athens, Georgia.

Amcor Rigid Plastics Unveils Bottle Manufacturing Expansion

Amcor Rigid Plastics has announced a major expansion of its southeastern U.S. bottle manufacturing operation in response to strong market demand for beverage and pharmaceutical packaging.

Suppliers Gear Up For CR Packaging On Products With Imidazolines

Pharmaceutical companies will be updating packaging for more than 40 commonly used products following a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) rule requiring child-resistant (CR) packaging for product containing imidazolines.

Rx Pharma-Pack Launches Contract Packaging Services

An IMA Safe Uniline supports small batch and full production volumes.
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Child-Resistant Packaging Required For Products Containing Imidazolines

Manufacturers of eye drops and nasal products will have up to two years to develop the special packaging.
Pharmaceutical companies will be updating packaging for more than 40 commonly used products following a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) rule requiring child-resistant (CR) packaging for product containing imidazolines.
The regulation impacts all prescription and OTC medications with the equivalent of 0.08 mg or more of imidazolines, a family of drugs that perform as vasoconstrictors when applied topically.
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