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West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.

phone America +1 610 594 2900
web http://www.westpharma.com
email 530 Herman O. West Drive Exton, PA 19341

High-tech Packaging for High-tech Medicine

As more biologics and biosimilars come on to the global pharmaceutical market, they can and will present unique packaging and containment challenges. For materials that are sensitive to glass or that may require larger-dose volumes or custom configurations, cyclic olefin polymers may offer a solution. These novel materials for drug container closure systems can provide a needed alternative to traditional glass containment systems for advanced therapeutics.
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