The Wasdell Group is today one of the largest and most experienced contract packing suppliers to the healthcare, pharmaceutical and veterinary markets in Europe, supplying UK manufacturers and shipping to 47 countries around the world.”
Wasdell Packaging was founded in 1971 and is today one of the largest and most experienced contract packing suppliers to the healthcare industry in Europe. Since moving to our headquarters in Swindon the Wasdell Group has grown considerably. We continue to evolve with a clear focus on quality, reliability and innovation.
With Wasdell Technical on the same site as Wasdell Packaging, the business benefits significantly from tooling production and technical support. This on-site tooling capability is unique to our Group and provides our customers with great advantages in terms of cost, innovation and speed of service.
In Newcastle, our pharmaceutical manufacturing site is a 26,000 sq ft facility which is MHRA approved for pharma manufacture and has a Home Office Controlled Drugs licence with on-site storage facilities compliant with Schedule 3. With automated filling and packing capabilities and flexible storage space the site is well placed to meet our customers’ manufacturing needs.
Through investment such as this, supported by stringent quality control and pioneering packaging development, we will continue to provide our customers with the most innovative and reliable packaging service in the healthcare industry.
Pharmaceutical Contract Packing & Primary Packing
As a world leading pharmaceutical CPO, we provide a full range of Contract Packing, Primary Packing and Secondary Packaging services to meet the needs of healthcare, pharmaceutical and veterinary industries throughout Europe.
With 1,000 sets of blister tooling in stock and the ability to manufacture bespoke tooling, no blister packing job is too challenging for the Wasdell Packaging.
We provide and fill a wide range of containers with solid, liquid or powder products and can offer creative bespoke solutions whenever required.
Our production processes enable us to provide strip packs in a variety of materials which can be filled with tablets or capsules and formatted in daily, weekly or monthly dosages.
Sachet Filling & Packing
Our sachet packs can be filled with up to six different solid dose products including tablets, capsules, powders or liquids.
Whether you need to re-pack products due to changes in legislation or to meet specific marketing requirements, we can provide you with quick, cost-effective and creative solutions
We work extensively with manufacturers and the retail sector to break down and re-package products into different presentations. Re-worked products are then often incorporated into a wide variety of presentation units including pre-stocked merchandising units and free standing display units prepared ready for delivery direct to major retailers. Secondary re-packing requirements can also arise due to legislative and regulatory changes and the demands of international markets.
Our versatile manual and automated pharmaceutical packaging systems enable us to provide customers with cost-effective secondary packing solutions to meet their specific product and market requirements. With over 40 years’ experience we are confident that our customers’ businesses benefit from the breadth of experience we have gained across a wide range of products and markets.
Overview of Secondary Packing
- Re-working to remove/replace components and literature, over-labelling, de-labelling and inspections
- Assembling presentation units including point of sale displays, drop feed units, shelf ready packs and clip strips
- Carton printing, coding and track and trace with serialisation
- 2D data matrix printing
Secondary Packing Services
With quality, reliability and productivity at its core, our manufacturing site offers capacity and flexibility to manufacture a range of pharmaceutical products.
2D Data Matrix barcodes and carton serialisation protect the supply chain as well as the consumer and are essential components in the Wasdell Group’s processes