SupplyOne,Inc., the largest independent supplier of corrugated and other value-added packaging products, equipment, and services in the U.S., highlights its innovative packaging solutions specifically designed to address the key challenges faced by medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
“Regulatory compliance, product protection, cost efficiencies and waste reduction are major hurdles in the medical and pharmaceutical industries,” said Dave Whitney, SVP of Packaging at SupplyOne. “Our comprehensive offering of packaging products, equipment, and packagingrelated services are strategically designed to overcome these challenges and optimize the bottom line.”
SupplyOne’s unique approach focuses on Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), which includes both direct and indirect costs of packaging. By adopting this approach, SupplyOne helps manufacturers evaluate the full spectrum of packaging-related expenses and identify areas for improvement.
In addition, SupplyOne’s commitment to sustainability aligns with the growing demand for environmentally friendly packaging. “Our mission at SupplyOne is to provide innovative packaging solutions that not only meet regulatory standards but also drive customer success,” said Dave Whitney, SVP, Packaging at SupplyOne. “Our comprehensive suite of solutions for the medical and pharmaceutical industries underscore this commitment.”
SupplyOne is the largest independent supplier of corrugated and other value-added packaging products, equipment, and services in the U.S. It provides mid-sized manufacturers, food processors, medical and e-commerce companies industry-leading packaging programs, products, and supply chain solutions from a single point of contact to unlock efficiency and direct cost savings. Since its founding in 1998, SupplyOne has become the acquirer of choice for privately held specialty corrugated packaging manufacturers and value-added packaging distributors. SupplyOne is a portfolio company of Wellspring Capital Management.
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