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Expanded Capacity for Vial & Syringe Packaging at Keystone Folding Box
Amid increased demand from biologics and vaccines sectors, the company invests in additional die cutting and gluing machinery, expanding production capacity and allowing for expedited turnaround.
Apr 22nd, 2020
Keystone Folding Box Co.: Paperboard Pack Cuts 50% of Plastic
Company’s Ecoslide-OTC paperboard package eliminates need for larger peel/push blister packs.
Mar 20th, 2019
PCI Joins the Fight on Opioid Abuse
PCI addresses opioid abuse by advocating for limited medication doses and using adherence-prompting unit-dose packs. Meanwhile, it’s closely watching Amazon and e-commerce for potential impact on Rx and OTC package design.
Mar 18th, 2019
Keystone Folding Box Co.: Packaging Combats Opioid Crisis
A customizable version of its Ecoslide-RX packaging is designed to limit dosages and provide safer dispensing.
Aug 27th, 2018
Keystone Folding Box Co.: Secondary Packaging Systems
Family of options available for prefilled syringes, auto-injector pens, vials and ampules, as well as combinations of these.
Mar 2nd, 2018
Keystone Folding Box Co.: Ecoslide-OTC
Compact, child-resistant paperboard package for medication in blisters provides push-button locking mechanism.
Aug 21st, 2017
Digital Printing Provides Short Run Flexibility for Keystone Folding Box
Designer and manufacturer of paperboard packaging for the healthcare market installs press to cost-effectively meet customer needs with decreased setup times.
Jul 13th, 2017
Keystone Folding Box: Ecoslide-RX 3.0
Eco-friendly prescription compliance package includes an enhanced opening mechanism designed to improve the customer experience.
Jun 26th, 2017
'The Future of Specialty Pharmacies' Tops 'Top 10 of 2015'
HealthcarePackaging.com’s most-read online articles highlight big-name companies and timely topics such as smart electronic packaging, parenterals, patient adherence, medical devices and global applications.
Jan 18th, 2016