In mid-October 2021, Faller Packaging officially dedicated its plant in Hungary. Faller, which specialises in pharmaceutical packaging, had acquired Pharma Print Kft., located in Debrecen, back in November 2019. The Hungarian company for years has manufactured package leaflets for the pharmaceutical and healthcare markets. With this step Faller packaging has further expanded its international presence.
After a delay of almost 23 months caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Faller Packaging celebrated the dedication of its new plant in Hungary. The team in Debrecen is now officially part of the Faller family and will operate under the visual brand of the German packaging specialist. On the day of the opening ceremony, the Hungarian version of Faller’s website also went online. It included a new image film that was shown on this occasion to the public in Debrecen for the first time.
Before the acquisition, Pharma Print was already a successful supplier of package leaflets for the pharmaceutical and healthcare markets in eastern Europe and beyond. With its 70 employees, the family business is thus a perfect addition to the Faller Packaging portfolio, which focuses on tailor-made, full-range pharmaceutical packaging solutions. Users obtain folding cartons, labels and package leaflets from a single source.
“Pharma Print offers excellent quality, is a reliable supplier and is highly regarded by its customers,” says managing partner Dr Michael Faller. “Our Hungarian plant will give us additional capacity for the production of package leaflets, allowing us to serve our customers faster, more completely and more reliably. We are happy to welcome this new location to the Faller Packaging family.”
With this acquisition, the company’s European network now includes seven locations. They cover the entire value chain for pharmaceutical packaging, including development services, print data management, manufacturing of packaging material and sophisticated supply chain solutions for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
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