Derry, NH, January 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Janco-Inc. has spent years refining their capabilities towards the end goal of providing reliable medical kitting and thermoformed plastic packaging for instruments and products requiring high levels of protection and support. When it comes to packaging for medical instruments and other fragile devices, plastic packaging is generally a clear choice. However, Janco Incorporated has introduced new methods for more effective thermoformed plastic packaging for medical instruments and other delicate devices.
For applications requiring high levels of precision with absolutely no room for error, Janco Incorporated has developed what Killer says to be the golden standard for thermoformed plastic packaging. “We know how medical instruments are used in the operating room, so we know how to package them.” Highlighting a shortcoming of many thermoformed plastic packaging suppliers, Killer continues to explain that most packaging suppliers, “…don’t know the first thing about the applications their products are used for. But [Janco’s] engineers know precisely what’s needed and why. For instance, they know how a product will be presented to a doctor to be used and they know how fast paced the environment is. ” According to Killer, this industry experience has allowed Janco to help many clients avoid costly errors due to the limitations or shortcoming of thermoformed plastic packaging provided by suppliers without key industry knowledge and experience.
Providing thermoformeded plastic clamshell packaging, custom contoured blister packs, and a variety of other thermoformeded plastic packaging solutions, Janco is excited to apply their expertise for new clients in the medical and other industries.
Stressing the need for precision and reliability, Killer explains that the thermoformed plastic packaging supplied by Janco takes into consideration not only the specific applications the packaging is used in, “but we manufacture thermoformed plastic packaging configured and constructed with specific environments in mind as well. It’s never unclear where a package opens, what side it opens on, or how it should be held. With our thermoformed plastic packaging, doctors and nurses can worry about doing their job instead of figuring out how to open a package, and helping them do their job is an important goal for us.”
Located in Dover, New Hampshire, Janco Incorporated is a contract supplier of thermoformed plastic packaging and plastic fabrication. For more information, contact Phil Killer by calling 603.742.1581, by emailing email@example.com, or visit www.janco-inc.com