Dividella to Showcase Combined Medipak Systems Packaging Solutions
Parenteral packaging specialist Dividella will be showing how its modular packaging solutions and services meet emerging pharmaceutical industry needs at the Pharmapack Europe 2019 expo in Paris.
Dividella will be part of a combined presence, uniting the Swiss-based TOPLoading specialist with sister company Rondo Packaging and its parent group Korber Medipak Systems on stand number G66 at Porte de Versaille.
The display will show how Dividella’s unique platform concept in modular toploading machinery and packaging formats can combine with Rondo’s creativity in developing innovative paperboard packaging forms to enable integrated functional solutions that can be produced efficiently on Dividella’s modular packaging machines.
Depending on customer requirements, these packs can be produced manually, semi-automatically or fully automatically.
The stand will point to recent development by Rondo and Dividella that ensure their solutions deliver maximum productivity and also answer increasingly complex industry and regulatory requirements.
Modular Pharma 4.0 solutions
These will be presented under the themes of Software, Consulting, Materials and Machinery, emphasising concepts such as smart packaging, supply on demand, serialisation, aggregation and track&trace.
Combining these elements allows the creation of Pharma 4.0 solutions such as augmented reality (AR) packaging that communicates with the end-user, supply chain, after sales support network and even the original packaging lines.
Dividella’s modular platform concept supports these capabilities by allowing customised automation solutions to be built into the packaging, allowing process elements such as carton forming, transport, item feed, item handling, pharma-standard code and presence checks, insertion of patient information leaflets (PIL) and the application of variable data to be incorporated into the total packaging solution.
Dividella will also be able to show quantified advantages of being able to adopt 100% monomaterial packaging and the flexibility to handle lot sizes ranging from single items to high volume.