GlobalData’s Technology Foresights report reveals that the packaging industry is poised for major innovations in the coming years. With over 77,000 patents analyzed, the report identifies 30+ areas that will shape the industry’s future. One of the key innovation areas is automated vial filling.
Automated vial filling involves using machines and robotic technologies to fill vials or containers with fluid products, such as medical, pharmaceutical, or cosmetic products. The process includes forming the vials, filling them with the product, sealing them, and printing necessary information on them. This innovation ensures the quality, safety, and sterility of the products.
GlobalData’s analysis also highlights the companies leading the way in automated vial filling and examines the potential impact of their patenting activity. The report identifies 60+ companies involved in the development and application of this technology, including technology vendors, established packaging companies, and start-ups.
Amgen is one of the prominent patent filers in automated vial filling, along with F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Danaher, Sanofi, Robert Bosch Stiftung, and Carl Zeiss Stiftung. Sanofi leads the pack in terms of application diversity, followed by Seiko Epson and Amgen. Amgen also holds the top position in geographic reach, followed by Pfizer and Sanofi.
The demand for medications and vaccines is growing rapidly, and pharmaceutical manufacturers are striving to meet it while ensuring precision, safety, compliance, and cost-effectiveness. This has led to a rising interest in automated vial filling technology. As this technology gains traction, it is expected to revolutionize the packaging industry.
For further insights into the key themes and technologies disrupting the packaging industry, refer to GlobalData’s thematic research report on Packaging.
– Automated vial filling: The process of filling vials or containers with fluid products using machines and robotic technologies.
– Application diversity: The number of applications identified for each patent, categorizing companies as either “niche” or “diversified” innovators.
– Geographic reach: The number of countries each patent is registered in, indicating the intended breadth of geographic application.
– Source: GlobalData’s Technology Foresights report on the packaging industry and GlobalData’s Patent Analytics tracking patent filings and grants.
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