Companies Partner Up on Sustainable Pharma Packaging


Collaboration aims to decrease environmental burden in the space

Astellas, Eisai, Daiichi Sankyo, and Takeda have agreed on a collaboration to reduce environmental burden in the field of pharmaceutical packaging.

Based on the agreement, the four companies will aim to promote the use of more environmentally friendly packaging for pharma products by sharing knowledge on packaging technologies to reduce environmental burden, such as blister packs made of biomass-based plastic instead of petroleum-derived plastic, compact packaging, recycled packaging materials, and recyclable packaging materials. In the future, the four companies expect to expand this collaboration beyond the four companies by calling on other companies in order to reduce further environmental burden.

Read more about the companies’ environmental partnership here.

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