21 Vial Pack

Multi Product Vial Pack Folding Carton

21 Vial Pack Folding Carton

Pharmaceutical folding cartons are designed with trays to accommodate pre-filled syringes, vials, auto-injectors, and other self-injectables can be custom designed paperboard vial trays are a sustainable alternative to a plastic tray. CCL Healthcare can structurally design to fit your application and provide a sustainable approach. Paperboard trays are available for various types of primary containers and delivery systems  and can designed to hold a single item or a multitude of items, the example shown is a micro-vial tray suitable for 21 vials. 

Cartons can also be constructed with partitions or designated areas for instructions for use and medication guides.  

For more information about micro-vial tray folding cartons, reach out to a packaging specialist

Folding Cartons with Partitions for Multi-Product Packs

Folding cartons with partitions are an ideal solution for packaging vials, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry. These cartons are designed to securely hold vials in an organized and efficient manner, while also offering protection from damage during transportation and storage. Here, we’ll take a closer look at the benefits of using folding cartons with partitions for vials, as well as some key design considerations to keep in mind. 

Benefits of Folding Cartons with Partitions for Vials 

  1. Enhanced Protection
  2. Increased Organization
  3. Cost-Effective

Design Considerations for Folding Cartons with Partitions 

  • Material Selection
  • Partition Design 
  • Printing and Branding 
  • Sustainability

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The CCL Folding Carton Advantage

Automation

Front-End Automation

Quality Assurance

Highest Quality Standards

Structure Design

Innovative Structure Design

Speed-to-Market

Exceptional Speed-to-Market

Why Choose CCL Healthcare for Folding Cartons?

CCL Healthcare utilizes proprietary software that streamlines the quoting, ordering, design turn around, production, and finishing process to reduce lead times which allows CCL Healthcare to offer no minimum order quantities (MOQ’s). Our automated front-end and investment in custom machinery enables us to deliver customized folding cartons in high-mix/low to medium-volume quantities in turnaround times that are unparalleled in the industry without sacrificing quality. Quality is built into everything we do and that is why we have invested heavily into 100% electronic inspection systems that allow us to detect the smallest defects and automatically remove the cartons from the production run ensuring we deliver superior quality first time every.

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