China-based pharmaceutical packager Bright Future Pharmaceutical Laboratories switches from sachets to stick packs, relying on a single-source supplier for primary and secondary packaging.
The handy pack style is used more in China, with its popularity rising because of its minimal material consumption and a fast, safe packaging process, and a packaging system with a small footprint.
According to the company, it operates six GMP production plants and works with a commitment to itself to improve people’s health by producing quality pharmaceutical products using latest technology, according to healthcarepackaging.com.
The company has marketed and packaged penicillin powder in sachets (flat pouches).
Following a recent increase in sales, the company decided to search for a packaging that would consume less material.
Stick packs proved to be a desirable option with packaging line, fulfilling all required parameters for performance and quality.
The stick pack itself is fitted with a perforation for unambiguous, safe opening that ensures easy tearing as well as fast, complete emptying of the package.
Bright Future now markets its penicillin as a flow-wrapped multipack containing six single stick packs.