Nolato Cerbo extend the Cerbo Solid family

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The Packaging Design Centre at Nolato has worked on a new extension to the Cerbo Solid container range. The Cerbo Solid W has a similar design to the Cerbo Solid range, however, this new pack has a maximised neck opening and an excellent fitting closure system for low MVTR reinforced by its extra wall thickness.

Glenn Svedberg, Head of Nolato Medical Pharma Packaging: “In response to further needs from our customers, we have been able to advance this standard range into something that will add value for both our customer and the end-user. With the optimised closure and thick wall container, it ensures extra security and superior tightness for solid dose pharmaceutical products it’s been designed for. As well as the increased neck opening that improves efficiency on filling lines.”

The Cerbo Solid W is available as a complete pack solution in sizes 50, 75, 100, 150, 250 and 400ml. The container is made out of HDPE with TE and CR caps made out of PP (desiccant options are available) and is ideal for moisture sensitive, solid dose products. This new brand extension has a wider 34mm neck finish compared to the original Cerbo Solid range, thus ensuring even higher-performance on filling lines.

The new Cerbo Solid W and Cerbo Solid standard range premiered at CPhI Worldwide 2015 in Madrid, as part of the comprehensive offering of plastic packaging solutions from Nolato Medical Pharma Packaging.



Nolato Medical Pharma Packaging are specialists in developing and manufacturing container and closure systems, ideal for tablets, creams, powders and liquids. Also having expertise in dispensing and closure systems that include Child Resistant and Tamper Evident technology.

Nolato Medical Pharma Packaging is a part of Nolato Medical and the listed Nolato Group which operates out of several production sites, worldwide. All sites offer the best quality, high-speed assembly and the capabilities of supplying globally and efficiently.


Nolato was founded in 1938 as Nordiska Latexfabriken i Torekov AB, with the trademark Nolato, which has been the company name since 1982.

Today’s global Group is the result of organic growth and acquisitions. The head office is still in Torekov, Sweden, but the majority of operations are now based outside Sweden.

Nolato is an accomplished supplier which, with its broad technological expertise and far-reaching specialist knowledge, offers high-tech product and product system development and manufacturing based on polymer materials such as plastic, silicone and TPE.

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  • Elias Bittan
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  • Created 13 Aug 2015
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