Due to the very dynamic world situation being the result of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic, the whole economy had to undergo many changes – including the pharmaceutical industry. In order to help those who are ill or at risk of being so, businesses from across the world have begun their work on producing tests and vaccines for COVID-19.
Packaging for COVID-19 tests
On the market there are a few versions of the COVID-19 test. Regardless whether it is for domestic, or professional use, every test has to be secured and stored in a certain way. It is also important to prepare the packaging, along with the necessary information in the leaflets about the test’s specific properties and the way of use. Our previous work with the packaging has been verified in more aspects besides its appearance. We also have tried to examine the market’s requirements concerning such product, as we give our clients the best information about producing the packaging and leaflets for COVID-19 tests.
COVID-19 vaccines – what kind of packaging will be needed?
The final testing phases of the vaccine are coming to an end, and they are slowly becoming available in some countries. We already know that the exceptionally strict conditions of their storage (in the case of PFIZER vaccines, even –70 degrees Celsius) will surely influence the choice of the proper unit packaging intended to protect them during transport and storage. Bearing this in mind, we are ready to meet this challenge as we have already analyzed the most optimal solutions, which we will be able to offer to our clients.
Preston Packaging versus the coronavirus
As a company with more than 20 years of experience, working with clients across the whole EU, we have always aimed to offer the best quality solutions. The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic surprised us all and presents us with difficult challenges not only in terms of production, but also managing the company. Moreover, we are trying to meet the market’s requirements in the COVID-19 time, while taking care of our employee’s health and safety. However, we can quite immodestly that we have been facing the coronavirus pretty well.