Dutch CPO boosts bottling capacity

By Flora Southey contact

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Contract packaging organisation (CPO) Tjoapack has invested in an additional bottling line at its facility in Ennen-Leur, the Netherlands.

According to director of corporate strategy Dexter Tjoa, the expansion responds to increased market demand, particularly from generics-focused clients.

“Our decision to invest has been fuelled by greater demand for bottle packaging services from our customers, particularly in the Nordic markets.”

“The new line will not only help us to meet this demand, but gives us access to the latest technology,” ​he said.

The line employs high-throughput technology, which triples the Dutch firm’s bottle packaging capacity, said Tjoa.

“Our new line is twice as fast as our existing line, meaning we can deliver products to our customers faster, while guaranteeing the highest quality bottle packaging service.”

Tjoapack offers outsourcing services for the primary packaging of sold dosage forms, secondary packaging, blisters, wallets and bottles. 

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