How It’s Made: Pharmaceutical Blister Packs
According to a report from MarketsandMarkets, the blister packaging market is intended to reach $18.25 billion by 2020. Blister packs are prevalent in a number of industries, probably one of the most notable is the pharmaceutical market and other related fields. For those who may not realize what a blister pack is, it’s the type plastic packaging that usually holds each “dosage” or item in a single blister, often called a clamshell. Some common items that use blister packaging include lip balms, toothbrushes, birth control pills, allergy medication, batteries, toys and much more.
Check out the video below to see how pharmaceutical blister packs are made:
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