Berry Global’s focus on South East Asia

Company showcases products CPHI India

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Berry is recognized as one of the global leaders in pharmaceutical packaging and dispensing, with over 25 healthcare-focused, ISCC PLUS-certified sites worldwide that enable the company to offer international and localized support for customers of all sizes

Berry Global demonstrated its commitment to delivering innovative, patient-centric packaging, dispensing solutions, and drug delivery devices for India and the South Asia region on the company’s stand at this year’s CPHI India exhibition in Greater Noida.

Berry showcased a wide range of products from its extensive portfolio, including bottles and caps, ophthalmic solutions, nasal and throat sprays, vials, dry powder inhalers (DPIs), and pressurized metered dose inhalers (pMDIs). Among these products were the company’s latest advanced solutions for enhanced usability and administration safety, next-generation digitalization for medical devices and primary packaging, and circular design.

Many of the innovative products shared at CPHI are produced at the company’s new factory and Centre of Excellence in Bangalore, India. The new location has both created local jobs and improved regional and global access to advanced healthcare solutions, providing customers with the necessary volume to support the forecasted growth for Asia’s domestic healthcare market.

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Products from its extensive portfolio, includes bottles and caps, ophthalmic solutions, nasal and throat sprays, vials, dry powder inhalers (DPIs), and pressurized metered dose inhalers (pMDIs).

“The Asia market is hugely important to Berry, as is evidenced by our ongoing investment in the region,” said Ramprakash Rai, Sales director at Berry Global. “Our participation at CPHI India therefore provides the ideal opportunity to show the breadth of our products adapted to this exponential market, as we help our customers to Do Better by Dosing Better.”

“In particular, these solutions underline our abilities in developing solutions that enhance the user experience, improve disease management, and minimize environmental impact. We look forward to discussing customers’ specific requirements during CPHI India.”

Berry is recognized as one of the global leaders in pharmaceutical packaging and dispensing, with over 25 healthcare-focused, ISCC PLUS-certified sites worldwide that enable the company to offer international and localized support for customers of all sizes. The company provides bespoke and standard solutions to help customers meet their unique product requirements and sustainability objectives.

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