SHL brings innovation to Pharmapack Europe 2017
On February 1-2, SHL will exhibit at Pharmapack Europe 2017, held in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles – Hall 4, Paris, France.
As a forward-looking company with extensive knowledge and experience, SHL delivers solutions for today on the path to tomorrow.
This February, SHL will show a full range of drug delivery devices including time-tested solutions in disposable autoinjectors and pen injectors. At the center of attention will be the innovative autoinjector Molly®. From higher volume to connectivity, Molly® devices can accommodate a wide range of requirements from our biopharmaceutical and pharma partners.
Another highlight of this year’s exhibition – high viscosity devices – will be available for demonstration. SHL representatives will be happy to discuss these devices along with other services and capabilities available through our comprehensive network, including development, manufacturing, and commercialization solutions.
Digital technology in pharmaceutical packaging is in the focus of this year’s conference. SHL will showcase our latest development in the area of smart packaging – FlexRec for multi-medication tracking. FlexRec blister pack is a concept developed by SHL in cooperation with Nelipak, a leading manufacturer of custom thermoformed healthcare packaging. This new system enables increasingly smart and simple medication tracking and adherence improvement.
We are proud to announce that our most recent device add-on solution – the ENYA Platform developed in partnership with Innovation Zed Ltd – will be displayed in the Innovation Gallery and competing for Pharmapack Europe Awards. ENYA is an innovative device, a smart add-on offering which automatically tracks injection pen usage ‘on the go’, without user input. Find out more about possibilities opened up by add-on platforms through Innovation Tours or come and ask us directly!
Join us in Paris for Pharmapack Europe 2017 at Booth #H44 to learn more about our devices, packaging solutions and innovative offers.