Explore Nolato's Unrivaled Pharma Packaging Guide

Look inside our high-quality pharmaceutical primary plastic packaging catalog with 3D configurators for select ranges. Nolato Packaging manufactures reliable child resistance (CRC) and tamper-evident (TE) closure technologies. Packaging designed to meet the requirements of both prescription and over-the-counter medicines, Noloto packaging protects vital pharmaceuticals and life-enhancing drugs in forms such as solids, ophthalmic, and creams in a safe but user-friendly manner.

Nolato's pharma packaging catalog is unrivaled, with a wide range of standard products from the leading Cerbo and Jaycare ranges produced to meet specific customer requirements. We value our customer partnerships, working closely to develop the perfect packaging for the world's most essential pharma product brands.

We offer a comprehensive range of caps and containers in many shapes and sizes to make the delivery of all medications safer and more accessible for end users. Nolato's design and innovation team can help improve an existing packaging design or develop a new, customized packaging solution for your pharma products.

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Cerbo Classic Mass Balance: Design for Environment

Early involvement in the design process allows for sustainability ideas to be evaluated. One of the cornerstones of a circular economy is designing with the ability to recycle a product and optimize the circulation of material for reuse. Today it is also possible to reduce the CO2 emission on existing product ranges, for instance, with the use of BIO-material or mass-balanced solutions. By using the mass balance model, the same quality standards are met, and it contributes to the environment.

Cope Allman Jaycare develops process for printing Braille directly onto plastic containers

Cope Allman Jaycare has developed a process that allows a lay down of up to a 0.5mm thickness of UV cured ink directly onto the surface of a plastic container. In-house screen printing facilities were adapted to maintain an even and consistent print height. Although originally developed for printing Braille onto containers, the process also can be used in traditional screen printing, allowing clients the opportunity to highlight particular parts of their artwork (i.e. logos, etc.) by raising the print from the surface of the container.

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