Contracted Pharmaceutical Packing
Contracted Pharmaceutical Packing, and Cosmetic packing is what we offer at LF of America, relieving your business of this task.
It can be extremely difficult to run an OTC medical supplies company, Medical product packing and distribution, when you also have to deal with Medical product packing and distribution. There are a number of other reasons for operating such a business, including this one, which is almost as difficult as producing OTC medicinal products. Manufacturing, packing, filling, shipping, and distributing these types of products takes as much labor, engineering, and logistics planning as doing so for the actual OTC medicinal products being produced.
The production side of this type of business is very involved. First, the company must create a safe and effective medical product, which means hiring chemists, licenses for testing, and a laboratory that meets regulations. It also means managing financial and fiscal details such as profit and loss, cost of various business elements including raw material and labor, and more. Additionally, marketing and design are involved in determining the name of the product, as well as how its labels will draw attention. All of this, in addition to the actual manufacturing process, creates the various products. If you could offload the packaging and distribution duties of a Tekni-Plex business to another organization, ready to go, with a trusted turnkey operation, what would that look like? You can, that’s what LF of America, a Tekni-Plex company, does.
Medical Product Packing is a major burden for LF of America because we have to develop and fill proper, safe, packing alternatives for all OTC medications. We can provide you with in-house designs and packaging options that work with any existing medication or dosage requirement. We can also design custom solutions. Talk to us at LF of America to see how we can help you with your product packaging.
There are many options we carry in house, or we can work to help design packaging for you. We utilize unit doe package such as bellows bottles, droppers, topicals, and also have number of available applicators.
Medical product packaging must comply with a number of factors to guarantee consumer safety as well as expected purchase quantity. You want to be able to give the correct and safe doses, as well as maintain the correct proportion between the amount purchased and the amount needed into the consumer’s hands every time without the worry of over-supply.
Quality assurance is another issue, particularly with regard to food, cosmetics, and over-the-counter medications with shelf lives, or exposure concerns. The product packaging must be properly sealed to prevent spillage or allow the product to contact with open air in order to protect the product from contamination. The packaging must also accurately depict the product it contains in order to make it clear to consumers what product they are buying and how much, and the packaging must fit the product’s proper demographic.
For more info on our packaging varieties or our operation, call us today!