The Pharmaceutical Packaging Market is estimated to reach $186.8 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 9.4% over the forecast period 2023-2028. Pharmaceutical packaging is a cost-effective method of presentation, security, recognition, knowledge, ease of use, compliance, integrity and product stability. Products for packaging are mostly used to store formulations in solid, liquid and semisolid forms, such as tablets, capsules, syrups and topical medicinal formulations. There is a greater demand for drugs as a result of the rising prevalence of chronic diseases brought on by altered dietary patterns, lifestyles and sleep patterns.

Pharmaceutical Packaging businesses put their focus on developments that would cut down on the polymers and plastic used and carbon emissions produced by blister packing. For instance, a global trend towards sustainable primary packaging has been seen among pharmaceutical companies in Europe and other regulated markets for generics, leading to a rising demand for polylactic acid (PLA) plastic-based packaging among pharmaceutical producers. According to information released in January 2022 by Honeywell International Inc, PLA requires 65% less energy to produce than steel.

Pharmaceutical Packaging Market Drivers:

Growing Use of Generic Medicines in Developing Nations:

According to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), 9 out of 10 prescriptions filled in the U.S. are for generic medications. The use of generic pharmaceuticals and biosimilars helped the American healthcare system save 373 billion dollars in 2021. The demand for pharmaceutical packaging is anticipated to increase as generic medications are increasingly used in underdeveloped nations due to their low cost. A generic medication is a pharmaceutical that has the same chemical components, dosage, intended use, adverse effects and route of administration as the brand-name medication. A lot of manufacturers are investing in the production of genetic pharmaceuticals as medical treatments are more affordable. Since it is necessary to effectively pack and preserve medications during storage and transportation, this packaging is crucial to the manufacture of generic medications. As a result, the Pharmaceutical Packaging market is growing steadily.

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Increasing Demand for Blister Packaging:

The rising usage of biologics and novel administration methods such as nasal, transdermal, rectal and IV has increased the demand for drug delivery devices and creative packaging. These programs have altered market dynamics and have equal importance to drugs themselves. Unit dose packaging is becoming more and more popular, which is accelerating the expansion of this market. According to an article on Blister Packaging, in the European economies, over 85% of solid medications are packaged in blisters, compared to 20% less in the US. Technology improvements and the rising frequency of chronic diseases are predicted to further fuel the market for drug delivery and associated packaging solutions. Due to its simplicity of usage, blister packaging is becoming more and more common. It serves as a unit-dose packaging mechanism for pharmaceuticals. When compared to rigid bottles, bags and others, the packaging is easier to handle and more affordable. This offers compact packaging, has a longer shelf life and is more readily available. The need for this kind of packaging is rising along with the sale of medications and the need to protect products from impurities like air and moisture.

R&D Investment:

In May 2022, Amcor plc announced the creation and distribution of PowerPost bottles, which are anticipated to cut bottle weight by a third and energy-saving carbon use by 30%. Additionally, the device allows for the use of up to 100% recyclable materials and prevents leaks and spills from occurring internally - all of which improve user experience. The company's unique PowerStrap vacuum-absorbing technology was used to create the PowerPost bottles. By employing recycled plastic and other components, the introduction of this product, which is made of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), is anticipated to cut carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions by 70%.

Major Players in this Market:

The major companies in the Pharmaceutical Packaging industry include Amcor plc, Gerresheimer AG, Schott AG, ProAmpac, Berry Global, Inc., Catalent, Inc., Klockner Pentaplast Group, Keystone Folding Box Co., Comar LLC, SteriPack and Others.

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