Nelipak Corporation (“Nelipak”) has completed the takeover of Computer Designs Incorporated, a thermoforming company based in Whitehall, PA. The business owned by Nelipak will operate in the name of Nelipak Healthcare Packaging.
Computer Designs, a manufacturer of thermoformed rigid packaging primarily for the medical market, has some of the best known medical device and pharmaceutical customers in the USA and Latin America. With manufacturing operations in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Arizona, and Puerto Rico, Computer Design’s packaging products include trays, clamshells, and blisters.
With the acquisition, Nelipak will take advantage of the growth opportunities in North America, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the broader Caribbean regions.
Nelipak is a global leader in the healthcare thermoformed packaging industry with a world-class reputation for innovation, quality, and service. Nelipak continues to invest in best-in-class manufacturing and cleanroom facilities delivering high-quality packaging to leading medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.
Mike Kelly, President, and CEO of Nelipak, said, “We are excited about our acquisition of Computer Designs. Scott McKeever, the founder of Computer Designs, has spent 30 years building a great company with outstanding people and tremendous capabilities and we proudly welcome the Computer Designs team to Nelipak. We will leverage the unique capabilities of both organizations to delight our customers with innovative designs, world-class quality, and excellent service.”
With facilities in Cranston, RI; Phoenix & Tucson AZ: Whitehall, PA; Liberty, NC; Venray, the Netherlands; Galway, Ireland; Juncos & Humacao, Puerto Rico; and San Jose, Costa Rica, Nelipak®Healthcare Packaging designs, develops and manufactures custom thermoformed packaging products that provide superior protection for medical devices and pharmaceuticals.The company offers medical trays and blisters, surgical procedure trays, pharmaceutical handling trays, custom built sealing machines and other value added services.