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NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY – A GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRY AND MARKET ANALYSIS
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Publish Date: Mar 2010,   Pages: 93,   Report Code: PH-101
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1. INTRODUCTIONi-v
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INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................. I

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES............................................................................................... I

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY.........................................................................................II

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY ...........................................................................................II

SCOPE AND FORMAT ............................................................................................................... III

METHODOLOGY ........................................................................................................................ III

INFORMATION SOURCES.........................................................................................................IV

WHOM THE STUDY CATERS TO..............................................................................................IV

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS.........................................................................................................V

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2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYvi-x
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY................................................................................................................VI

SUMMARY TABLE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS)..................................... VII

SUMMARY FIGURE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014.......................................................................VIII

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3. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW1-14
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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW......................................................................................................................1

INDUSTRY PLAYERS ...................................................................................................................2

TABLE 1 COMPANIES IN NANO ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA.................................3

MARKET SEGMENTS...................................................................................................................4

MARKET BY APPLICATION TYPES..............................................................................4

MARKET BY APPLICATION TYPES (CONTINUED) .....................................5

TABLE 2 MARKET FOR NANO ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ......................................................6

FIGURE 1 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014..........................................................................................7

MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY..........................................................................................8

TABLE 3 MARKET FOR NANO ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).................................................................8

FIGURE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014....................................................................................................9

MARKET BY REGION....................................................................................................10

MARKET BY REGION (CONTINUED)............................................................11

TABLE 4 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

REGIONS, 2008, 2009 AND 2014.................................................................................................12

FIGURE 3 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR PHARMA BY

REGIONS, 2009 AND 2014...........................................................................................................13

REGULATORY ISSUES...............................................................................................................14

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4. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW14-33
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TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................15

PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY.....................................................................................................15

ACTIVE PACKAGING ....................................................................................................15

HANDLING HIGHLY OXIDATIVE COMPOUNDS.....................................................16

HANDLING HIGHLY OXIDATIVE COMPOUNDS

(CONTINUED) .............................................................................................17

MOISTURE CONTROL......................................................................................18

PROTECTION FOR DRUG FORMULATIONS ...............................................18

PROTECTION FOR DRUG FORMULATIONS

(CONTINUED) ................................................................................19

GETTING THE RIGHT PACKAGING SOLUTION.........................................20

SMART PACKAGING ........................................................................................20

TAMPERING AND COUNTERFEITING.........................................................20

TAMPERING AND COUNTERFEITING

(CONTINUED) ................................................................................21

DRUG COMPLIANCE........................................................................................22

DRUG COMPLIANCE (CONTINUED)................................................23

DRUG COMPLIANCE (CONTINUED)................................................24

TABLE 5 NEW COMPLIANCE PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS ....................................................25

PACKAGING APPLICATION TYPES ........................................................................................25

BLISTER PACKS.............................................................................................................25

BLISTER PACKS (CONTINUED).....................................................................26

CONTAINERS (INHALERS AND SYRINGES) ............................................................27

PLASTIC BOTTLES........................................................................................................27

POUCHES AND STRIPS ................................................................................................28

ACCESSORIES AND CLOSURES.................................................................................28

PACKAGING MATERIAL TYPES ..............................................................................................28

SECURED ALUMINUM FOIL.......................................................................................29

NANO-ENABLED THIN FILMS....................................................................................30

NANO-ENABLED THIN FILMS (CONTINUED)............................................31

COATINGS.......................................................................................................................32

FUTURE TRENDS .......................................................................................................................32

FUTURE TRENDS (CONTINUED) ...............................................................................33

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5. MARKET ANALYSIS34-57
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MARKET ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................34

GLOBAL INDUSTRY...................................................................................................................34

MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS ..............................................................................................35

TABLE 6 PACKAGING-RELATED MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN THE

PHARMA INDUSTRY (2004-2009) ..............................................................................................36

TABLE 6 PACKAGING-RELATED MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN THE

PHARMA INDUSTRY, 2004-2009 (CONTINUED) .....................................................................37

GLOBAL MARKETS ....................................................................................................................37

NORTH AMERICA..........................................................................................................38

TABLE 7 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ..............................38

FIGURE 4 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014.................................................................39

TABLE 8 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($

BILLIONS) ....................................................................................................................................40

FIGURE 5 NORTH AMERICA MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014.......................................................41

LATIN AMERICA........................................................................................................................42

TABLE 9 LATIN AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ..............................42

FIGURE 6 LATIN AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014.................................................................43

TABLE 10 LATIN AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($

BILLIONS) ....................................................................................................................................44

FIGURE 7 LATIN AMERICAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014.......................................................45

EUROPE..........................................................................................................................46

TABLE 11 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILIONS) .........................................46

FIGURE 8 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014..........................................................................47

TABLE 12 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014......................................................48

FIGURE 9 EUROPEAN MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014................................................................49

ASIA-PACIFIC.................................................................................................................50

TABLE 13 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).......................................50

FIGURE 10 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014.................................................................51

TABLE 14 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).............................52

FIGURE 11 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

FOR PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014.......................................................53

CHINA ..............................................................................................................................54

TABLE 15 CHINESE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).......................................54

FIGURE 12 CHINESE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY TECHNOLOGY, 2009 AND 2014..........................................................................55

TABLE 16 CHINESE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).............................56

FIGURE 13 CHINESE MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR

PHARMA BY APPLICATION TYPE, 2009 AND 2014................................................................57

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6. PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS58-73
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PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS .............................................................................................58

LIST OF PATENTS ......................................................................................................................58

HIGH STABILITY PACKAGE FOR DENTAL TREATMENT

DEVICES ...................................................................................................................58

SORBENT CANISTER WITH BEVELED EDGES.......................................................59

CHILD-RESISTANT COMPACT FOR BLISTER CARD PRODUCTS........................59

THREADED CHILD-RESISTANT PACKAGE HAVING LINERLESS

CLOSURE..................................................................................................................59

CHILD-RESISTANT ONE-PIECE PUSH AND TURN CLOSURE.............................60

HUMIDITY CONTROL DEVICE ...................................................................................60

CLOSURE AND CONTAINER PACKAGE WITH RFID CIRCUIT.............................61

PLASTIC PACKAGING HAVING A MARKER MATERIAL .......................................61

CHILD-RESISTANT TAMPER-INDICATING PACKAGE..........................................61

POLYACRYLIC FILM FORMING COMPOSITIONS...................................................62

CHILD-RESISTANT FLIP-TOP DISPENSING CLOSURE AND

PACKAGE..................................................................................................................62

CLOSURE AND PACKAGE HAVING CHILD-RESISTANT AND

NON-CHILD-RESISTANT MODES OF OPERATION..........................................63

CLOSURE AND PACKAGE WITH INDUCTION SEAL AND RFID

TAG ............................................................................................................................63

MONITORING OBJECT MOVEMENT.........................................................................64

CHILD-RESISTANT CONTAINER AND CAP .............................................................64

OXYGEN-ABSORBING COMPOSITIONS AND METHOD ........................................64

DEACTIVATING A DATA TAG FOR TAMPER-EVIDENT

PACKAGING.............................................................................................................65

ACID-GAS ABSORBING TABLET AND METHOD OF USE......................................65

PACKAGING AND DELIVERY OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND

DRUGS.......................................................................................................................66

RECLOSEABLE BIOSENSOR.......................................................................................66

PACKAGING FILM, PACKAGE AND PROCESS FOR ASEPTIC

PACKAGING.............................................................................................................66

METHOD AND PACKAGING FOR PRESSURIZED CONTAINERS.........................67

SORBENT CAPSULE......................................................................................................67

OXYGEN-ABSORBING COMPOSITION......................................................................68

TAMPER-INDICATING BAND ARRESTER ................................................................68

PRESSED ADSORBENT AND METHOD OF FABRICATION

THEREOF..................................................................................................................68

CHILD-RESISTANT DISPENSER ................................................................................69

INTERACTIVE INFORMATION PACKAGE................................................................69

DISPENSING CLOSURE ...............................................................................................69

SELF-RETAINING ADSORBENT UNIT ......................................................................70

PHARMACEUTICAL KIT FOR OXYGEN-SENSITIVE DRUGS................................70

OXYGEN SCAVENGING COMPOSITIONS FOR PACKAGING

APPLICATIONS........................................................................................................70

ONE-HAND OPENING CHILD-RESISTANT BLISTER PACK

CONTAINER .............................................................................................................71

PHARMACEUTICAL KIT FOR OXYGEN-SENSITIVE DDRUGS .............................71

DISPENSING UNIT FOR OXYGEN-SENSITIVE DRUGS .........................................71

PATENT ANAYLSIS ....................................................................................................................72

TABLE 17 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN THE

OXYGEN SCAVENGING CATEGORY FROM 2004 THROUGH 2008.....................................72

FIGURE 14 TOP COMPANIES GRANTED U.S. PATENTS FOR BARRIER

PACKAGING IN PHARMA FROM 2004 THROUGH 2008........................................................73

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7. COMPANY PROFILES74-93
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COMPANY PROFILES .................................................................................................................74

AARDEX LTD. ..............................................................................................................................74

ABR PHARMA ..............................................................................................................................74

ALCOA FLEXIBLE PACKAGING ..............................................................................................75

ALCAN PACKAGING ..................................................................................................................75

ALLPLAS EMBALAGENS, LTDA. .............................................................................................76

AMCOR FLEXIBLES WINTERBOURNE ..................................................................................76

AMERISOURCE BERGEN CORPORATION.............................................................................77

AMPAC PACKAGING, LLC.........................................................................................................77

ANDERSON PACKAGING INC. .................................................................................................77

ASTRA ZENECA PLC ..................................................................................................................78

BANG & OLUFSEN MEDICOM.................................................................................................78

BILCARE LIMITED .....................................................................................................................79

BOSCH PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY ......................................................................................79

BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CO. .................................................................................................79

BURGOPAK LTD..........................................................................................................................80

CARDINAL HEALTH, INC..........................................................................................................80

COLBERT PACKAGING..............................................................................................................81

CSP TECHNOLOGIES, INC........................................................................................................81

CRYOPAK INDUSTRIES.............................................................................................................81

CRYOVAC SEALED AIR CORPORATION................................................................................82

CURWOOD, INC...........................................................................................................................82

CYPAK AB....................................................................................................................................83

DRAGON INTERNATIONAL GROUP CORP............................................................................83

ECOBLISS-PHARMA...................................................................................................................83

GERRESHEIMER........................................................................................................................84

GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC .........................................................................................................84

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC......................................................................................85

INEOS FILMS INC.......................................................................................................................85

INFORMATION MEDIARY CORPORATION............................................................................85

KIMBERLY-CLARK HEALTH CARE ........................................................................................86

KLÖCKNER PENTAPLAST........................................................................................................86

MCNEIL CONSUMER HEALTHCARE .....................................................................................86

MEADWESTVACO CORPORATION (MWV).............................................................................87

MENASHA CORPORATION.......................................................................................................87

MERCK.........................................................................................................................................88

MULTISORB TECHNOLOGIES, INC. .......................................................................................88

NEOPAC.......................................................................................................................................89

PACKSHIELD..............................................................................................................................89

PERFECSEAL LTD. .....................................................................................................................90

REXAM CLOSURES ....................................................................................................................90

ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS CORPORATION .................................................................................90

SCHOTT NORTH AMERICA, INC. ............................................................................................91

STORA ENSO ...............................................................................................................................91

SUD-CHEMIE AG ........................................................................................................................91

SUPERFOS A/S.............................................................................................................................92

TEKNI-FILMS U.S. ......................................................................................................................92

THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC INC. .......................................................................................92

UNITED DRUG PLC....................................................................................................................93

WYETH CONSUMER HEALTHCARE, INC..............................................................................93

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