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Secondary packaging change

Secondary packaging change

Taking another look at secondary packaging is another way to extend your product’s life cycle. Secondary packaging changes can help you address user, efficiency, and even regulatory challenges. Examples include:

  • Change from a top-loaded carton to a blister pack for particle reduction
  • Alteration of a finger flange or plunger rod
  • Addition of a safety device
  • Incorporation of serialization to address regulatory changes