Polymer compounds for production of medical devices or pharmaceutical packaging

What we are looking for:
Companies with a need for Plastic Compounds with medical qualifications for the production of medical devices (Class I, IIA and IIB) and pharmaceutical packaging.

Examples of final applications of the Cawiton grades are: infusion bags, medical tubes, medical and pharmaceutical stoppers & closures, catheters, pharmaceutical packaging, airway management applications, soft medical grips, medical wire & cable, medical housing and medical analysis equipment.


What we offer:
Wittenburg BV is a medical plastic compounder manufacturing (ISO 13485) soft thermoplastic elastomers and speciality engineering plastics compound under brand name Cawiton. Cawiton grades are used by our customers to manufacture parts for medical devices and pharmaceutical packaging. Examples of final applications of the Cawiton grades are: infusion bags, medical tubes, medical and pharmaceutical stoppers & closures, catheters, pharmaceutical packaging, airway management applications, soft medical grips, medical wire & cable, medical housing and medical analysis equipment.
Co-development and customisation to our customer needs are strengths of Wittenburg.

We are looking for medical plastic processors, medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical (packaging) companies who are looking for innovative medical or pharmaceutical packaging material solutions. If you are looking for a PVC free alternative or want to replace traditional thermoset applications or silicone rubber then Wittenburg is the preferred choice. Cawiton solutions are cleaner and environmental friendly. Lower part costs are possible due to higher integration levels of the final part or in-house production. Wittenburg also has products that are: self lubricating, heat conductive, electrical conductive, metal detectable, hydrophilic modified and radiopaque.

Keywords:
  • Medical Technology
  • Pharma
  • Components and Services

Responsible

Mr Alberto Dozeman
Marketing and Sales director
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