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  • 26 Jul 2022

Faller Packaging webinars on sustainable pharma packaging

Faller Packaging will host a series of webinars highlighting ‘Sustainable Pharma Packaging’ in September 2022

Faller Packaging will host a series of webinars highlighting ‘Sustainable Pharma Packaging’ in September 2022. In these compact online events, participants will learn about holistic and concrete solutions for their packaging projects - from material selection to resource-saving product concept and optimization of the supply chain.

Packaging for pharmaceuticals and healthcare products must meet the requirements of consumers, pharmacists and medical professionals and protect the environment.  The secondary packaging specialist offers its customers a wide range of sustainable folding cartons, labels and package leaflets, and the company will host a webinar series on sustainability in September. 
‘Packaging = Sustainability’ is the motto of the German and English language online seminars aimed at decision-makers in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. How can secondary packaging materials be optimized for recycling, and which specific solutions are available for holistic, sustainable packaging development? These are the current topics that the speakers will address in their technical presentations. Participants will also learn about sustainability developments in the pharmaceutical market, the requirements of the circular economy and the legal situation. 
The dates for the free webinars have already been set. Each webinar will last for approximately 75 minutes: The online events in German will take place on September 14 and 20. On September 15 and 21, the events will be held in English. Faller experts from the product management, research & development, supply chain, marketing and demand management divisions will be speaking at the events. 


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