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Uhlmann Pac-Systeme opens new office in Singapore

Uhlmann Pac-Systeme opens new office in Singapore

The firm said this move will create opportunities for jobs in specialised roles such as engineering, project management, and sales.

Pharmaceutical packaging systems supplier Uhlmann Pac-Systeme has opened its new office in Singapore, reaffirming its commitment to the ASEAN region and highlighting its competence in production and services.

Spanning over 2,000sqm, the new site holds space for assembly and production (approx. 62%), offices (approx. 27%) and storage and warehousing purposes (approx. 11%).

With this move, Uhlmann’s new office is close to three times bigger than the previous one, and with this, the company aims to expand its competence to support the critical pharma infrastructure in Singapore, exporting local machines to more than 13 neighbouring regions and globally. Machines produced in Singapore include the B 1240 blister machine, C 130 cartoner machine and the B 200 blister machine.

The firm is looking to allocate resources towards offering individually localised solutions, and be readily available. The local Singapore team aims to deliver top-notch service and support to its customers, creating opportunities for job specialised roles such as engineering, project management and sales.

Elaine Teo, Senior Vice President, Global Enterprises Division, Economic Development Board, said: "Uhlmann’s expansion will add to the depth of capabilities and services that Singapore can offer to biopharma manufacturers locally and across the region. This growing ecosystem will help strengthen supply chain resilience for businesses here while enhancing the overall competitiveness of Singapore’s biomedical sciences sector.

"We are grateful for the partnership and confidence that Uhlmann has in Singapore and warmly welcome their expanded presence here.”

Lead image / Uhlmann Pac-Systeme GmbH & Co KG

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