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DWK Life Sciences is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of glass and plastic primary packaging. Our Primary Packaging container closure systems are manufactured from the highest quality pharmaceutical-grade tubing designed specifically for pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostic/IVD, and personal care applications.

Our broad range of high quality container closure systems (CCS) are designed to ensure secure storage, safe delivery, and content integrity. Packaging components are available in customized quantities and packing formats to meet batch production and operational needs. Vials, bottles, ampoules, and closures can be processed and delivered ready-to-use (RTU) via particulate cleaning, depyrogenation, and sterilization to streamline workflows. Our SG EZ-fill® RTU Vials offered in nest & tub and tray formats for direct entry into your small and large batch production entity.

DWK Life Sciences can support your critical workflows from package selection and qualification, through conformance and compliance, through in-house and contracted production. We serve our Customers from discovery and formulation, clinical trials and validations, through bulk production and commercial delivery.

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Primary Packaging Products

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Vials & Closure Systems

DWK is a premier manufacturer of high quality glass and plastic vial and container closure systems designed to international standards, for diagnostic, pharmaceutical and biotech primary packaging applications.

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Dropper Bottles & Pipettes

DWK Life Sciences is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of tubular glass and plastic primary packaging dispensing solutions. Our products are used in the diagnostic, homeopathy and personal care sectors.

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Bottles & Closure Systems

DWK manufacturers a range of high-quality glass and plastic bottles and closure systems developed for the pharmaceutical, diagnostic and chemical market sectors.

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