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PCI Expands Packaging Capacity

By Kristin Brooks | March 10, 2014

Adds 20,000 sq.-ft. for secondary and tertiary packaging operations

Packaging Coordinators, Inc. (PCI) has completed the expansion of its contract packaging facilities in Rockford, IL, adding 20,000 sq.-ft. for secondary and tertiary packaging operations. The additional production capacity allows for continued growth of its cartoning, overwrapping, heat seal carding and compliance prompting packaging, as well as supports packaging for biotech delivery forms such as secondary packaging for injectable vials, syringes, devices, and transdermal products. The packaging operations support both commercial operations as well as large-scale clinical studies. 

“The facilities expansion we have undertaken in Rockford is the latest in a series of investments we have made to enable continued growth and at the same time continue to provide our customers the extraordinary service they have come to expect from PCI,” said Bill Mitchell, president and chief executive officer at PCI. “We are committed to providing an unparalleled customer experience with our clinical and commercial services, and those services require world class facilities. We are very excited about what these investments bring to our expanding business and our ability to support our clients.”

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