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Package Development Case Study By MOCON, Inc.
A customer is launching a new product in response to a market research study. The initial launch will be for a test market with 100,000 units produced. The packaging engineers are given a final "go" on the project with a launch date scheduled in three months. Their goal is to develop a package to protect the oxygen sensitive product and provide a shelf-life of 90 days.
Roslin Cells, a world leader in the isolation of new clinical grade pluripotent stem cells for use in research and development, was moving their site from within the Roslin Biocentre in Edinburgh to a new facility housed within the new Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
One very important requisite is integrity packaging, whether the company is producing a blister pack, vial, ampoule, or pre-filled syringes. There are many different leak testing methods and leak testing machines on the market including the Bonfiglioli range, however it is the first time that the market will be presented with this solution to leak test pre-filled syringes.