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PAXXUS is a leading supplier of flexible packaging for the global healthcare market. Resulting from the merger between Rollprint Packaging Products based in the USA, Alliantz Flexible Packaging based in Singapore, and EuroFoil Teo based in Ireland, PAXXUS focuses on supporting the complex regulat...
PAXXUS is a leading supplier of flexible packaging for the global healthcare market. Resulting from the merger between Rollprint Packaging Products based in the USA, Alliantz Flexible Packaging based in Singapore, and EuroFoil Teo based in Ireland, PAXXUS focuses on supporting the complex regulatory requirements of the medical device, pharmaceutical, diagnostic, and life sciences industries across the globe. PAXXUS showcases the same agility and responsiveness of each former company, with the added benefits of improved business continuity, enhanced manufacturing capabilities, and expanded global reach.
As a vertically integrated manufacturer, PAXXUS provides tailored material structures to meet your specific packaging requirements. Constantly innovating, PAXXUS has been recognized and awarded for developing cutting-edge technology in clear high-barrier films, aluminum foil composites, peelable solutions, and chemically-resistant materials. Manufacturing capabilities include blown film extrusion, adhesive lamination, solution coating, extrusion lamination/coating, converting of pre-formed pouches, and flexographic printing.
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Clear High Barrier Materials
Exploring clear alternatives to aluminum foil - The trend towards packaging products in clear materials continues to gain momentum. Product visibility can be a powerful marketing tool. It allows for product differentiation and identification, while appealing to consumers’ desire to see what they are purchasing. Manufacturers enjoy the ability to easily inspect packaged product through the use of vision systems, metal detectors, and manual visual inspection. Because clear materials are metal-free, RFID and security/theft sensors are not inhibited, pleasing the retailer. The material choices that we have today allow for a variety of approaches when packaging sensitive products. Clear high-barrier materials that can compete with aluminum foil on both performance and economics are a reality.
Optimization of Cold-Form Foil
Identifying and optimizing for performance requirements in cold form foil. Cold-form foils have been successfully deployed in pharmaceutical, medical device and in vitro diagnostic/point- of-care test kits for many years. As research scientists continue to create innovative solutions, demands on cold-form foils continue to grow and develop. It is critical, therefore, to have a solid understanding of the specific requirements that these foils need to meet, how the desired performance is realized, and how both requirements and material design impact the overall package design. In this white paper, we will look more closely at the interaction of cold-form foil requirements, package design, and manufacturing processes, with a view to understanding how all of these need to work together to achieve optimal package performance so that patients can receive the life-saving therapies they need.
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