Rotzinger PharmaPack, a subsidiary of Rotzinger Group, has launched US offices in York, PA. The move for the German company aims to strengthen the partnerships with customers in America.
"The decision to expand to the US and open our first site here was a logical step. We want to personally support our customers, and that requires being close to them," said Oscar Roth, CEO at Rotzinger Group.
Rotzinger PharmaPack offers expertise in pharmaceutical and cosmetics packaging. Its core business are solutions for packaging, and cartoning solid and liquid end products, as well as track-and-trace solutions for serialization and aggregation. Additionally, Rotzinger Pharmapack develops applications for filling and capping of pharmaceutical products and unscrambling machinery for bottles and other containers.
The company covers a wide range of packaging solutions such as bottles, vials, ampoules, jars, syringes, auto-injectors, pouches, and blisters.
The roots of Rotzinger PharmaPack go back to 1861, when the company Geiger & Hesser was founded. It is widely considered the cradle of German packaging machine construction with its 1911 invention of the first coffee packaging machine. In 1945, the company Höfliger + Karg was founded and launched the first capsule filling machine to the market in 1958.
The company later became Bosch Packaging Technologies and throughout the years, the corporation became a leading manufacturer for packaging technology in Europe. In 2020, Bosch was relaunched as Syntegon. From this, Rotzinger Group took over the Syntegon Cartoning – Track & Trace GmbH and renamed it Rotzinger PharmaPack GmbH.
Rotzinger PharmaPack will be at Interphex at booth 1940 at Interphex in New York.