Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council Welcomes Two New Member Companies
The Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council announces that Aptar CSP Technologies and Platinum Press recently joined the trade organization’s efforts to advance improved patient outcomes through packaging.
“We are pleased to welcome these new member firms as we continue to educate healthcare stakeholders and regulators that proper pharmaceutical packaging, like unit dose blisters, can have an impact on patient adherence and patient safety, as well as aiding in the prevention of drug misuse and addiction,” stated Walt Berghahn, HCPC executive director.
“We look forward to formally welcoming these new members at our March 2019 conference when we host the IoPP’s Drug and Pharmaceutical Packaging Committee in Charleston, S.C. Their varied expertise, along with our additional HCPC member sponsors, will enhance discussions with FDA’s Dr. Irene Chan, as well as the CDC’s Dr. Dan Budnitz.”
Aptar CSP Technologies is a global material science company providing innovative, highly engineered advanced packing solutions to protect sensitive products. CSP is a responsive, flexible partner committed to offering customers a single, reliable source for custom product design, development, and manufacturing. Its product categories include vials, bottles, films, blisters, molded components, and specialized packaging solutions.
Platinum Press is a leading supplier of healthcare packaging solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical device and animal care sectors. From concept and design to production and warehousing, Platinum Press offers a broad range of innovative printed packaging components designed exclusively for the healthcare industry, including labels, folding cartons, blister packaging and printed literature such as inserts, outserts and medication guides.