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Ropack provides contract packaging and manufacturing services for more than 90 U.S., Canadian and European pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare customers. Flexible, responsive and competitive, we focus on reliably accelerating the go-to-market timeline. Our 250,000 square feet of production, warehousing and distribution space includes a 15,000-square-foot, $9M facility for stick-pack packaging of humidity- and temperature-sensitive products. Because of taste-masking and convenience – without compromising integrity – stick-pack is ideal for uni-dose pediatric powders.

E-mail: Paul.dupont@ropack.com

Website: www.ropack.com

Shows attending:

  • BIO — Quebec Pavilion
  • INTERPHEX — booth 1166
  • AAPS Biotech — booth 3649

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