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Transformation! Nolato Supplier of Customized Medical Devices

Europe, UK, Ireland, England, Health, Pharmaceuticals, Active, Smart Packaging, Sustainable Packaging

Transformation into a supplier of customized medical devices. Nolato Jaycare has created a competitive plant for world-class production of medical devices. Just over ten years ago, when Nolato acquired the UK firm Cope Allman Jaycare and renamed it Nolato Jaycare, it was largely a specialist manufacturer of standard pharmaceutical packaging.

The company has since been actively developed and has now been transformed into a supplier of customized solutions for both pharmaceutical and medtech customers. Nolato Jaycare’s operations are now based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the northeast of England, having previously also included a unit in Portsmouth in the south of England.

Our aim today is to offer our customers comprehensive solutions, from the initial development phase right up to high-volume production of complete, assembled, and packaged products,” explains Matthew Cooper, Sales Director.

“We have further enhanced our in-house expertise, while harnessing the wide-ranging knowledge and experience that exists in this area throughout Nolato. We now have several new cleanrooms in Newcastle, with a total area of 1,800 square meters. We’ve gradually created a competitive plant for world-class production of medical devices, and strengthened our resources in key areas such as project management, design, sustainable production and a lean approach,” notes Matthew Cooper.

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