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Pharmaceutical Packaging

US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2012 & 2017

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General ............................................................. 67 Pharmaceutical Packaging Product Groups ............... 69 Unit Dose Packaging ............................................ 74 Anti-Counterfeit Drug Packaging............................ 75 Historical Demand Patterns................................... 77 US Trade ............................................................ 79 International Markets .......................................... 81 Plastic Pharmaceutical Closures ....................... 164 Child-Resistant Plastic Closures ................... 166 Standard Plastic Closures ............................ 169 Flip-Top Plastic Closures ............................. 170 Plastic Dispensing Closures ......................... 170 Disc Closures......................................... 171 Pump-Type Closures ............................... 171 Turret Closures ...................................... 172 Dropper Assemblies ................................ 172 Squeeze Tops ........................................ 172 Other Dispensing Closures ....................... 173 Plastic Overcaps ........................................ 173 Rubber & Elastomeric Pharmaceutical Closures ... 174 Parenteral Stoppers.................................... 175 Syringe Tips.............................................. 176 Other Pharmaceutical Closures ......................... 176 Metal Pharmaceutical Closures ..................... 177 Paper, Foil & Laminated Lids ....................... 178 Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers ................... 179 Secondary Paperboard Boxes ........................... 180 Prescription Containers .............................. 183 Plastic Prescription Vials ............................ 185 Blister Packs ............................................. 187 Glass Vials ................................................ 188 Other Prescription Containers ...................... 189 Pharmaceutical Shipping Containers ................. 189 Corrugated Boxes ...................................... 190 Folding Cartons ......................................... 191 Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers ....... 192 Trays ....................................................... 193 All Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers .............................................. 194 Pharmaceutical Labels ....................................... 196 Standard Labels ............................................ 197 Track & Trace Labels ...................................... 198 Authentication Labels .................................... 199 Expanded Content Labels ................................ 200 Pharmaceutical Package Inserts ........................... 201 Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessories.......... 203 Shrink Bands & Wrap ..................................... 204 Tamper-Evident Seals ..................................... 206 Desiccants ................................................... 207 Taggants & Markings ...................................... 207 All Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessories . 208

Table of Contents

ExEcutivE Summary markEt EnvironmEnt

General ...............................................................4 Macroeconomic Trends ...........................................5 Demographic Patterns ............................................8 Health Care Trends ................................................9 Health Insurance............................................. 10 Medical Conditions .......................................... 12 Chronic Conditions....................................... 13 Acute Conditions ......................................... 17 National Health Expenditures ............................ 18 Medical Providers ............................................ 22 Acute Care Hospitals .................................... 24 Outpatient Facilities .................................... 24 Skilled Nursing Homes .................................. 25 Home Health Care Organizations .................... 25 Retail Pharmacies ........................................ 26 Physicians .................................................. 26 Pharmacists ................................................ 27 Patient Activity............................................... 27 Acute Care Hospital Admissions ..................... 29 Surgical Procedures ...................................... 29 Outpatient Visits ......................................... 29 Prescriptions .............................................. 31

Primary PHarmacEuticaL containErS

General ............................................................. 83 Plastic Bottles .................................................... 86 Ovals, Squares & Rounds................................... 88 Dispensing Bottles .......................................... 91 Plastic Cans .................................................... 93 Plastic Jars .................................................... 94 Blister Packaging ................................................ 95 Ethical Pharmaceutical Blister Packs................... 97 Sample Packs .............................................. 98 Unit Dose Packs .......................................... 99 OTC Blister Packs ........................................... 101 Clinical Trial Packs ......................................... 103 Materials & Components ................................. 104 Films ....................................................... 104 Lidding Materials ....................................... 106 Accessories............................................... 108 Equipment................................................ 110 Parenteral Containers ......................................... 110 Vials ........................................................... 112 Glass Vials ................................................ 113 Plastic Vials .............................................. 115 Prefillable Syringes ........................................ 118 Injectors .................................................. 119 Cartridges ................................................ 122 IV Containers................................................ 124 Semi-Rigid Plastic IV Containers .................. 125 Mini-Bags ................................................ 127 Glass IV Containers .................................... 129 Ampuls ........................................................ 130 Glass Ampuls ............................................ 131 Plastic Ampuls .......................................... 132 Pharmaceutical Pouches ..................................... 133 Prefillable Inhalers ............................................ 135 Metered Dose Inhalers ................................... 136 Applications ............................................. 137 Producers & Devices ................................... 138 Dry Powder Inhalers....................................... 141 Applications ............................................. 142 Producers & Devices ................................... 142 Medication Tubes .............................................. 144 Composite Tubes ........................................... 146 Plastic Tubes ................................................ 148 Metal Tubes .................................................. 149 Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers .............. 150 Glass Bottles & Jars ....................................... 151 Aerosol Cans ................................................. 153 Strip Packs ................................................... 155 Paperboard Boxes .......................................... 157 All Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers...... 159

PHarmacEuticaL ovErviEW

General ............................................................. 32 Regulation ......................................................... 33 Research & Development ...................................... 36 Product Shipments .............................................. 37 Therapeutic Classes ......................................... 39 Dosage Formulations........................................ 40 Ethical Pharmaceuticals.................................... 41 OTC Pharmaceuticals ........................................ 43 Generic & Proprietary Pharmaceuticals ................ 45

matEriaLS

General ............................................................. 48 Raw Materials ..................................................... 48 Plastic Resins ................................................. 50 High Density Polyethylene ............................ 52 Polyethylene Terephthalate ........................... 53 Polypropylene ............................................. 53 Low Density Polyethylene ............................. 54 Polyvinyl Chloride ........................................ 55 Polystyrene ................................................ 55 Other Plastic Resins ..................................... 56 Aluminum Foil ................................................ 57 Paper & Paperboard ......................................... 58 Glass ............................................................. 59 Other Raw Materials ......................................... 59 Semi-Finished Materials ....................................... 61 Plastic Film .................................................... 62 Converted Paper & Paperboard........................... 63 Converted Foil ................................................ 64 Other Semi-Finished Materials ........................... 65

markEtS

General ........................................................... 209 Pharmaceutical Manufacturers ............................. 211 Contract Packaging............................................ 215 Retail Pharmacies ............................................. 217 Institutional Pharmacies .................................... 219 Other Markets ................................................... 221

inDuStry StructurE

General ........................................................... 224 Market Share .................................................... 227 Competitive Strategies ....................................... 228 Packaging Product Companies ......................... 229 Contract Packaging Firms ................................ 230 Mergers & Acquisitions....................................... 231 Licensing & Related Agreements .......................... 235 Marketing & Distribution .................................... 235 Product Development Activities ........................... 238 Manufacturing Requirements ............................... 241 (continued on next page)

PackaGinG accESSoriES

General ........................................................... 161 Pharmaceutical Closures ..................................... 163

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comPany ProfiLES

Alcoa Incorporated............................................ 243 Alexander (James) Corporation ............................ 244 Amcor Limited .................................................. 246 AmerisourceBergen Corporation ........................... 249 AptarGroup Incorporated .................................... 252 Becton, Dickinson and Company .......................... 254 Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung............................................. 256 Catalent Pharma Solutions .................................. 258 CCL Industries .................................................. 260 Chesapeake Corporation ..................................... 264 Clondalkin Group............................................... 266 Constantia Packaging......................................... 268 Gerresheimer Holdings GmbH .............................. 270 Howell (FM) & Company ..................................... 272 International Paper ........................................... 273 IntraPac Corporation ......................................... 274 Kloeckner Pentaplast ......................................... 276 McKesson Corporation ........................................ 277 MeadWestvaco Corporation ................................. 278 Menasha Corporation ......................................... 282 Mini Graphics ................................................... 284 Owens-Illinois Group ......................................... 285 Plastube North America...................................... 286 Rexam plc ........................................................ 287 Reynolds Packaging ........................................... 291 Rio Tinto Group ................................................ 294 Ropack Incorporated ......................................... 298 Superior Group ................................................. 299 3M Company .................................................... 301 Unicep Packaging .............................................. 303 Welch Packaging ............................................... 304 West Pharmaceutical Services .............................. 305 Other Companies Mentioned in Study ................... 308

2 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Dosage Formulation ............................. 41 3 Ethical Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class................................. 43 4 OTC Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class................................. 45 5 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Commercial Status ............................... 47

11 Medication Tube Demand by Type ................. 146 12 Other Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Type .................................... 151 13 Glass Pharmaceutical Bottle & Jar Demand .... 153 14 Aerosol Pharmaceutical Can Demand ............. 155 15 Pharmaceutical Strip Pack Demand by Type .... 157 16 Primary Pharmaceutical Box Demand ............ 158 17 All Other Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand ................................. 160

matEriaLS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand by Type ...................................... 49 Cht Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand by Type, 2007 ............................. 50 2 Plastic Resin Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type ................................... 52 3 Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type.............. 61 Cht Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type, 2007 ..... 62 4 Plastic Film Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type ................................... 63 5 Converted Paper & Paperboard Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type.............. 64 6 Converted Foil Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging ......................... 65 7 Other Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging ..................... 66

PackaGinG accESSoriES

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Product Group ....................... 162 Cht Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Product Group, 2007 .............. 163 2 Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Product Group ................................... 164 3 Plastic Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type .................................... 166 4 Rubber & Elastomeric Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type ......................... 174 5 Other Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type .................................... 177 6 Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group ....................... 179 Cht Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group, 2007 .............. 180 7 Secondary Paperboard Pharmaceutical Box Demand ......................................... 183 8 Prescription Container Demand by Type ......... 185 9 Pharmaceutical Shipping Container Demand by Type .................................... 190 10 Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand ................................. 193 11 Pharmaceutical Label Demand by Type .......... 197 12 Pharmaceutical Package Insert Demand ......... 203 13 Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Type ...................... 204

ProDuct ovErviEW

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group ......................... 69 Cht Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group, 2007 ............................ 73 2 Unit Dose Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group ......................... 75 3 Anti-Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group ......................... 77 4 Pharmaceutical Packaging Market, 1997-2007 .. 79 5 US Trade in Pharmaceutical Packaging ............ 80 6 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Region ................................... 82

List of Tables/Charts

ExEcutivE Summary

1 Summary Table ..............................................3

markEtS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Market . 210 Cht Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Market, 2007 ........................ 211 2 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Market Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand ........... 214 3 Contract Packaging Market - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand ................................. 217 4 Retail Pharmacy Market - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand ................................. 219 5 Institutional Pharmacy Market Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand ........... 221 6 Other Markets - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand ................................. 223

Primary PHarmacEuticaL containErS

1 Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group ......................... 85 Cht Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group, 2007 ................ 86 2 Plastic Pharmaceutical Bottle Demand by Type . 88 3 Pharmaceutical Blister Packaging Demand by Type ...................................... 97 4 Parenteral Container Demand by Product Group ................................... 111 5 Parenteral Vial Demand by Type ................... 113 6 Prefillable Syringe Demand by Type .............. 119 7 IV Container Demand by Type ...................... 125 8 Parenteral Ampul Demand by Type ................ 131 9 Pharmaceutical Pouch Demand by Type ......... 135 10 Prefillable Inhaler Demand by Type............... 136

markEt EnvironmEnt

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Macroeconomic Indicators ..............................7 Population by Age Group ................................9 Chronic Conditions by Type ........................... 16 Acute Conditions by Type.............................. 18 National Health Expenditures by Type ............. 21 Medical Providers by Type ............................. 23 Patient Activity by Type ............................... 28

inDuStry StructurE

1 US Pharmaceutical Packaging Sales by Company, 2007 ......................... 225 Cht Pharmaceutical Packaging Market Share by Company, 2007 ................................. 228 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures ............. 232

PHarmacEuticaL ovErviEW

1 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class................................. 38

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Increased focus on such issues as barrier protection, infection control, patient drug compliance, drug dispensing errors and drug counterfeiting will favor high value-added packaging.

Prefillable containers to lead primary packaging

Demand for pharmaceutical packaging in the US will increase 5.5 percent annually to $16 billion in 2012. Demand for primary pharmaceutical containers will increase 5.2 percent annually. The fastest growth is anticipated for prefillable syringes and vials, which will expand applications as advances in biotechnology lead to the introduction of new therapies that must be injected. In spite of below average growth, plastic bottles will remain the most widely used package for oral drugs distributed in bulk and prescription dose volumes to retail and mail order pharmacies. Plastic bottles will also continue to dominate applications in OTC medicines sold in 50+ tablet and capsule quantities. Pharmaceutical blister packaging will sustain favorable growth based on its adaptability to unit dose formats with expanded label content, high visibility, and built-in track and trace features. The market for pharmaceutical pouches will expand at a fast pace, spurred by increasing applications in the unit dose packaging of transdermal patches, powders for reconstitution, and topical creams and ointments. Prefillable inhalers will command strong growth opportunities as the number of chronic asthma, allergy and migraine patients treated with inhalation drugs rises. Ongoing improvements in aesthetic and barrier properties will keep tubes a leading primary container for topical medication.

Primary Containers 61%

US Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand, 2007

($12.2 billion)

Packaging Accessories 39%

Labels, closures to pace gains in accessories

Pharmaceutical closures will grow 6.2 percent annually through 2012. Vial stoppers, syringe tips and plastic flip-top vial closures will command the strongest growth as injectable bioengineered drugs broaden emergency care chronic disease indications. Twist and turn childresistant caps will remain the top closures for oral and liquid drug containers, but will lose growth momentum as blister packs and pouches penetrate unit dose applications. Plastic dispensing closures will fare much better among drug makers based on ease of use and convenience in the delivery of liquid medicines and lotions. Due to marketing and security

benefits, paperboard boxes will lead sales of secondary pharmaceutical containers. Demand for prescription vials will increase slowly as ethical medicines are adapted to prescription dose bottles for direct dispensing. Due to trends toward smaller-sized shipments, shipping cartons will post faster growth opportunities than corrugated shipping boxes. Demand value recorded by pharmaceutical labels will advance rapidly as drug makers change to highervalue-added types to meet pedigree regulations for combating drug counterfeiting. Demand for other packaging accessories, including shrink wrap and bands, tamper-evident seals, desiccants and packaging materials will expand with increases in pharmaceutical shipments.

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TABLE XX-00 PARENTERAL CONTAINER DEMAND BY PRODUCT GROUP Item 1997 2002 2007 2012 2017

Primary Pharm Containers (mil units) 18150 23550 29310 36170 44700 % parenteral containers 22.9 26.8 30.1 32.5 34.7 Parenteral Containers (million units) Vials Prefillable Syringes Paper & Paperboard IV Containers The consumption of paper and paperboard in pharmaceutical packAmpuls aging products will reach $190 million in 2012, up 6.3 percent annually cents/unit from 2007. In general, growth will follow upward trends in drug production, which will expand uses in secondary boxes, shipping containers, Parenteral labels and package inserts. Additionally, paper and paperboard will gain Containers (mil $) Vials a number of specialty pharmaceutical packaging applications, especially Prefillable Syringes in unit dose systems such as strip packs, liquid medication cups and IV Containers low barrier pouches. Ampuls MATERIALS 4160 6320 8810 11750 15500 2010 3140 4300 5700 7400 1440 2330 3540 4975 6930 520 610 690 765 840 190 240 280 310 330 14.9 618 218 230 147 23

SamPLE TExT

SamPLE 18.4 20.5 TabLE 1014 1620 2410

16.0 369 430 184 31

22.6

3500 585 850 1195 770 1250 1950 225 262 300 40 48 55

% parenteral containers Leading paper and paperboard materials employed in pharmaceutiPrimary cal packaging applications include medical grade kraft, clay-coated box- Pharm Containers (mil $) board, corrugated boxboard, solid bleached sulfate board and white-lined newsback. The vast majority of usage is derived from price-sensitive shipping and secondary containers. Consequently, paper and paperboard lag well behind plastics in terms of demand value. In general, innovations in paper and paperboard for pharmaceutical applications have focused on improving graphic capabilities. For example, PRINTKOTE solid bleached sulfite paperboard developed by MeadWestvaco features a glossy finish that is well-suited to flexographic, offset and gravure printing. The material also allows for graphics of up to seven different colors. Among pharmaceutical applications served by PRINTKOTE are secondary boxes and cartons for blister packs, plastic bottles and other containers. In addition to MeadWestvaco, other producers of paper and paperboard for pharmaceutical packaging applications include International Paper, Weyerhaeuser, Georgia-Pacific, Nippon Paper Industries and Stora Enso. 58

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15.0 17.9 21.7 25.1 28.5 4120 5670 7480 9620 12260

CHART IX-1 PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2007 ($12.2 billion)

9.3% 6.0%

MeadW estvaco Rexam Alcan Pkg W est

Market Leaders 39.5%

SamPLE CharT

4.4% 3.5% 3.2% 3.0% 2.7% 2.5% 2.5% 2.3%

Becton Dickins

AmerisourceBe Reynolds Pkg Amcor 3M Catalent

Captive Production 12.0%

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TABLE VII-1 PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING ACCESSORY DEMAND BY PRODUCT GROUP (million dollars) 1997 2002 2007 2012 2017 112 21.9 200 17.2 284 16.7 406 15.7 580 14.6 8440 3440 1630 2000 520 850

Pharmaceutical Shipments (bil $)* $ pkg accessories/000$ shipments

Pharm Packaging Accessory Demand 2450 3450 4740 6380 Closures 965 1405 1940 2620 Secondary Containers 624 825 1065 1330 Labels 354 570 855 1330 Package Inserts 191 262 340 425 Other Accessories 316 388 540 675

SamPLE TabLE

COMPANY PROFILES

Unicep Packaging Incorporated 1702 Industrial Drive Sandpoint, ID 83864 208-265-9696 http://www.unicep.com

% accessories Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

37.3 37.8 38.8 39.9 40.8 6570 9120 12220 16000 20700

Annual Sales: $20 million (estimated) Employment: 100 (estimated)

Key Products/Services: unit dose plastic vials and vertical form/fill/ seal pouches; and contract packaging services Unicep is a privately held company that specializes in the contract packaging of customer-supplied products. The Company's contract packaging products serve the cosmetic, medical, dental, pharmaceutical, veterinary, household and industrial markets. Unicep conducts production, laboratory, warehouse, research and development activities at its 64,000-square-foot facility in Sandpoint, Idaho. Unicep is involved in the US pharmaceutical packaging industry through the contract packaging of unit dose plastic vials, vertical form/ fill/seal pouches and horizontal flow wrap. Packaging applications for these products include over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, and topical anesthetics and disinfectants in liquid, gel, lotion and cream formats. Unicep's unit dose plastic vials include TWIST-TIP, MICRODOSE and ACCUDROP. These products are produced via the Company's proprietary modified blow/fill/seal process. TWIST-TIP unit dose plastic vials are made from such materials as medium density polyethylene (MDPE) and polypropylene, and feature cylindrical plastic squeeze bulbs and integral twist-off tabs. MICRODOSE unit dose plastic vials, which are produced from low density polyethylene (LDPE) and MDPE, feature angled, tapered stems and snip-off, pull-off and twist-off tips. 303

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"Comprising the largest market for prescription dispensing containers and closures, the retail pharmacy segment will remain a significant market served by the pharmaceutical packaging industry. Product demand derived from these establishments is forecast to expand 3.5 percent annually to $366 million in 2012. Growth will follow upward trends in prescription volume and evolving preferences for high value-added compliance containers." --Section VIII, pg. 217

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