At MedicoPack, we have been involved in the development and production of plastic packaging for more than 50 years. Our standard product range includes a wide selection of Vials and IV containers, but if it does not cover your needs, please contact us!
If you need a specific packaging for medical use, we can help you develop and produce it. When you have presented the idea to us, our experienced team guides you through the development phase and production maturation. We provide customised solutions and we handle anything from a small adaptation to complete new development of a packaging, for the solution to meet your needs.
If you need a specific packaging for medical use, we can help you develop and produce it. In close cooperation, we guide you through the different phases. We help with anything from prototyping to production maturation.
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Prototypes and production maturation in close cooperation
During the production maturity phase, we usually go through 1 to 3 prototypes. We run tests in-house or with experienced subcontractors in Europe. If you approve the prototype, we proceed with the production of tools and production equipment. We ensure that you participate in the entire process and approve before we proceed to the next process - in other words, we are only satisfied when you are.
At MedicoPack, we have extensive and well-documented experience in injection blow moulding and extrusion blow moulding of high-quality Vials and IV containers. In fact, we have more than 50 years of experience in the industry. All development and manufacturing take place at our factory in Langeskov, Denmark.
MedicoPack is a complete business partner whether you need blow moulded or injection moulded items. Although our core competences lie within blow moulding, we also offer the opportunity of developing and manufacturing injection moulded components, as we are part of the Danish listed SP Group A/S.
At IBM, the plastic material is heated to the melting point and injected into a preform as with injection moulding. The preform then rotates into a blowing tool. Sterile air is then blown into the preform and formed into the desired design. The advantages are that there is no waste of material or cutting edges.
EBM is done by heating the plastic material to the melting point and extruding it into a hose. The hose is then captured in a two-part moulding tool. Sterile air is blown into the tube, inflated to the shape of the hollow bottle or IV container. When the plastic is sufficiently cooled, the mould opens, and the item is ejected.
If you have an idea and need a partner to bring it to life, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We quickly assess if it fits our production and has the potential to become the beginning or continuation of a value-creating cooperation. We often enter into confidentiality agreements with our customers. In this way, we help you to be one step ahead of the competitors. We are here for you and your business.
If you want to know more about the possibilities, or do you have a development project, please contact us!