Our long-standing reputation for innovation, customer-specific new product development, and an exceptional quality management system will serve us well.
Menomonee Falls, WI (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
Island placement, disposal die cut medical devices, and customized packaging will be among the capabilities Wisconsin-based ATL (Ad Tape & Label) highlights at the MD&M West show, February 12-14, in Anaheim, CA.
“We’re always excited to participate in MD&M West,” said Mike O’Connell, new business development manager for ATL’s Medical Division. “It’s a great venue for medical designers to learn more about the benefits of partnering with ATL.
“We expect even more interest in our custom die-cut components based on medical tapes and foams,” he said, citing the continued growth in disposable medical devices as a major factor in that interest.
A number of MD&M presentations, such as “The Future of Health and Medicine: Where Can Technology Take Us?” and “Convergence of Medical and Consumer Technology”, underscore the increasing focus on technologies like ATL’s, O’Connell said.
“With technology playing an ever greater role in the health and medical fields, companies like ATL will move to the forefront. Our long-standing reputation for innovation, customer-specific new product development, and an exceptional quality management system will serve us well,” he said.
O’Connell also expected other ATL specialties to gain attention at MD&M West, including:
- Multi-feeder technology
- Multi-panel booklet labels, along with single-ply labels
- Inserts and outserts
- Track and trace and security label technologies
The Wisconsin-based contract manufacturer, which is cGMP compliant to 21 CFR 210, 211 and 820, and FDA registered, also offers pouching, in-line cold sealing, and kit assembly packaging services.
ATL will exhibit at Booth #2576 at MD&M West, set for the Anaheim Convention Center. Visit http://www.atlco.com/pharmaceuticallabels/ to learn more about ATL and its capabilities in pharmaceutical labeling and disposable medical devices.