Omega Entered Into Manufacturing Agreement to Offer Unit Dose Solutions

Omega has entered into a Manufacturing Agreement with Mactec Corporation to provide its customers with highly engineered unit dose packaging solutions. The companies shall soon finalize a Sales, Marketing, and Service Agreement.

For more information, watch this video (filmed at the recent Pack Expo in Las Vegas) hosted on Packaging World's website.

Omega Partners With Mactec to Offer Unit Dose / Blister Packaging

Omega Design has announced a strategic partnership with MACTEC Packaging Technologies (mactecpackaging.com), which offers state-of-the-art blister machines for small format production of pharmaceutical and health & beauty aid products, including R&D and clinical trial applications.

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Packaging + Processing OEM features Omega on Workforce Development

The summer 2017 edition of Packaging + Processing OEM magazine features an in-depth profile of Omega Design.  Be sure to check out the article - Harvesting fruit from the STEM, by Matt Reynolds, editorial director - which looks at how Omega Design's commitments to external workforce development and internal training have it primed to tackle whatever the pharma industry has in store for the next generation.

Read the Harvesting fruit from the STEM here.

Process Strategies for Serialization Success

Excerpt from Serialization Countdown's April 17, 2017 online article by Keren Sooke, Director of Editorial Content at PMMI Media Group:

When we hear success stories, we often look for patterns that we can apply in our own lives. Serialization in pharmaceutical packaging is no exception. During a presentation at the Healthcare Packaging & Processing Conference co-located with this year’s PACK EXPO East in Philadelphia, Glenn Siegele, President and CEO at Omega Design Corporation, explained that serialization success stories share common themes. Each story has a clearly defined process strategy and a path to implementation. The underlining message in this presentation was to emphasize that serialization solutions may be unique to each application, but there are common approaches to solving them.

To read more of this article and learn of Glenn Siegele's presentation, refer to: