Sanner at Compamed Düsseldorf – 14 to 17 November

To present new methods for medical device development and manufacturing

The 3D-printed tool for injection molding enables efficient and high-quality prototyping.
The 3D-printed tool for injection molding enables efficient and high-quality prototyping.

The Sanner Group, a manufacturer of primary plastic packaging systems as well as medical products and components, will present new solutions for the development and production of medical devices at Compamed, an industry trade fair to be held in Düsseldorf from 14 to 17 November.

The focus is on greater treatment adherence and a holistic development process from design to industrialization.

As a CDMO for medical devices and diagnostic solutions, Sanner is constantly developing new solutions and processes to make life easier for both patients and pharmaceutical companies. Visitors will get an overview of the latest concepts and projects in hall 8b, booth L04.

When it comes to the development of new plastic components and medical devices, Sanner provides support along the entire process – from the initial idea to the design of the production system and from the development of the device to serial production. State-of-the-art technologies such as virtual reality (VR) or 3D printing help bring important medical products from the design phase to industrialization faster. 

The holistic Sanner IDP Process makes it possible to plan and implement customized projects efficiently. Recently, for example, Sanner developed an innovative concept for small-scale cleanroom manufacturing and assembly of a drug delivery system. 

The setup of assembly workstations in VR makes it possible to experience assembly virtually and allows all processes to be tested more efficiently – with time savings of up to 20 percent.

Intelligent solutions

This holistic approach has already led to numerous successful customer projects, which visitors will be able to see live in Duesseldorf. Sven Lang, vice-president of sales at Sanner, will provide information on the latest developments in smart medical devices at the Compamed Supplier Forum (15 November from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. at booth G40 in hall 8b). 

Intelligent software and technology make it possible to optimize medical devices to ensure better treatment adherence. Patients receive digital support, for example via videos or guidelines. In addition, they can monitor their medication intake precisely and optimize it consistently.


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