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KFM diversifies into new sectors

KFM Co-Packer provide a quality-driven range of repackaging solutions for the pharmaceuticals industry. They offer a very flexible service to suit any and all repackaging needs, whether you’re looking at big commercial volumes or smaller niche drugs. Their background is in supplying recruitment services for the past 25 years, both temporary and permanent, across a wide range of industries, but the pharmaceutical packaging sector is key for them and they’ve been working in this industry for 17 years. It is this experience that has allowed KFM to diversify into the contract packaging and co-packing companies sector, ultimately enabling them to create their Grade 1 MHRA-licenced facility.

Secondary packaging
This comes in many forms, the most common being paper and boards, corrugated fibres and boxes, and cartons, used to group primary packages of pharmaceuticals together. Because different packaging materials may be required from product to product, it’s essential that you use a company that’s aware of the exacting nature of this industry’s packaging needs.

Tertiary packaging
This is used for the protection and shipping of products, a vital part of the shipping process because pharmaceutical products can be incredibly fragile and in need of excellent protection during transit. Choosing the right kind of tertiary packaging for healthcare distribution is a must and they have years of experience in this area.

Pharmaceutical repackaging
Repackaging practices in the pharmaceutical industry involves the appropriate analytical testing for all specifications, noting the identity and strength of active ingredients, and finished product testing to establish data.
Records of these analyses must be maintained on batch-by-batch bases for products and our dedicated repackaging service can meet all your secondary packaging and fulfilment requirements efficiently.

For more information visit: www.kfmcopacker.co.uk

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