• Your Contract Manufacturer Partner

    We offer a broad range of manufacturing services and capabilities to produce high-quality devices.

  • What You Need To Know About Manufacturing OTC Products

    As more medications move to OTC status, people are interested in playing a more active role in managing their health and controlling their healthcare choices. However, self-medication comes with risks.

  • Accelerating Results For Healthcare Brands Through Advocacy, Materials Science Expertise And Integrated Packaging Capabilities

    Any change to packaging design for an approved pharmaceutical product is a time consuming, detail-orientated effort, even with small brand-driven changes––so when governments update packaging regulations on a larger scale, a company’s entire product line could be impacted, creating change management projects for sometimes hundreds of items. When Health Canada introduced amendments to the existing Food and Drug Regulations for non-prescription, over-the-counter (OTC) drug products in 2014, pharmaceutical organizations selling products in the Canadian marketplace knew they had a significant challenge to overcome

  • Current Trends In Medical Kit Packaging

    Today’s version of the medical procedure kit comprises stackable, efficient, sterile, and identifiable trays or pouches stocked with essential equipment for specific surgeries, tests, and examinations. 

  • When Is Intelligent Healthcare Packaging The Right Choice

    When packaging engineers and brand managers imagine what they can achieve with the help of new packaging technologies, it’s difficult to know where to start since the potential use cases, goals and outcomes of product packaging have grown so significantly. What’s more, the technology itself can be confusing. This article is intended to help those involved in the conceptualization and development of healthcare packaging understand the capabilities of packaging technologies and determine the best choices for their products, as well as for patients and consumers.

  • Specialty Medicines: Keys To The Packaging Process From Clinical To Commercial Launch

    A panel of experts from across the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry discussed key aspects of the clinical to commercial paradigm and best practices when managing the end-to-end packaging process. This included the importance of applying packaging design principles and ensuring launch packaging considerations were included at each stage of the development life cycles in order to deliver a successful, time-efficient launch.

  • Clinical Trial Packaging, Labeling And Storage In Horsham, UK

    This video provides insight into Thermo Fisher Scientific’s primary and secondary packaging of clinical trial materials at the Horsham, UK site. This site also specializes in automated global distribution and in Cold Chain Management.

  • Ensuring The Efficacy Of Probiotic Products

    There is growing interest among consumers in verifying that the dietary supplements they take are safe and efficacious. The concern over whether consumers are getting the product as it is described on the label is rooted in one vital and transformative fact: probiotics are living organisms that are highly sensitive to humidity and oxygen. In the absence of proper handling and packaging, the efficacy of probiotic products can be compromised at any point of the packaging, storage and transportation process, inversely impacting shelf life and product viability and efficacy for the consumer.

  • Seal-Sensor Airborne Ultrasonic Technology

    Seal-Sensor™ is an Airborne Ultrasonic Technology that inspects pouch seals non-destructively 100% online for defects. Seal-Sensor detects incomplete seals, partial or weak areas in seals, and common seal defects that affect product quality and shelf-life.


  • Used Thermo Scientific Checkweigher, model Versa RX, 304 stainless steel construction, with pneumatic reject, touchscreen HMI, approx. 2,200 hours of use, with 6" wide infeed/outfeed conveyor, 115 volt, serial# A626, built 2014.

  • VCM machines are designed for the application of final closures on glass and plastic containers. These machines can integrate various capping solutions for different types of closures as screw cap, pressure cap, sealing cap, etc.

  • PCI’s pharmaceutical packaging design department provides an innovative and value added service. Our dedicated team of in-house design specialists deliver insightful packaging design and practical knowledge to deliver differentiated and cost-effective packaging solutions.

  • PCI is committed to supporting clients at every stage of the clinical cycle, delivering best-in-class services efficiently and effectively. We deliver a seamless clinical service including pharmaceutical development, clinical manufacturing, labeling, storage and distribution.

  • Our experience in commercial product launch is unparalleled. PCI affords its customers agility in a dynamic commercial market, with the flexibility to adapt quickly to changing market demands.