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Deblistering Device Keeps Production Ahead Of Pack
Date:9/24/2009

The increased need for pharmaceutical packaging companies to reduce waste and disposal costs in a way that minimises the impact on the environment has led to an increased demand for specialised deblistering machines according to the specialist pharma-packaging machinery manufacturer Sepha. The machines, called Press-Outs, are used to increase production yields by recovering valuable product from the line. In response to the demand, Sepha will be taking Press-Outs on tour around the world at major exhibitions in the USA, Europe and Asia commencing with Packtech Expo Balkan in Belgrade on 23 September followed by Fachpack in Nuremburg, Germany, Pack Expo in Las Vegas, Scanpack in Sweden and China Pharm in Shanghai in October and PMEC in Mumbai, India in December.

Belfast (Vocus) September 24, 2009 -- The increased need for pharmaceutical packaging companies to reduce waste and disposal costs in a way that minimises the impact on the environment has led to an increased demand for specialised deblistering machines according to Sepha. The machines, called Press-Outs, are used to increase production yields by recovering valuable product from the line. They enable the easy removal of tablets from rejected blister packs, so they can be re-packaged again. In response to growing demand, Sepha will be taking Press-Outs on tour around the world at major exhibitions in the USA, Europe and Asia commencing with Packtech Expo Balkan in Belg
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