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City of Stuttgart, Germany, close to the headquarters of Rotzinger PharmaPack.
Headquarters of Rotzinger PharmaPack.



Waiblingen, Germany



Rotzinger PharmaPack is the competence center for pharmaceutical packaging within the Rotzinger Group. Its core business is solutions for the packaging and cartoning of solid and liquid end products as well as track & trace solutions for serialization and aggregation. Most of Rotzinger PharmaPack's customers are at home in the pharmaceutical industry. They primarily pack bottles, vials, ampoules, jars, syringes, auto-injectors, pouches and blisters. Rotzinger PharmaPack offers both individual machines and complete systems as well as services and MES software. Rotzinger PharmaPack has been part of the Rotzinger Group since 2021. The company has its headquarters in Waiblingen near Stuttgart and employs around 110 highly motivated people. Industries:
Pharma packaging
Cosmetics packaging
Food packaging
Other industrial packaging
Vials in an Eco Save Pack cardboard box.

Rotzinger PharmaPack: History

Logo of Rotzinger PharmaPack.

The roots of Rotzinger PharmaPack go back to the 19th century, when the company Geiger & Hesser was founded in 1861. It is considered the cradle of German packaging machine construction and built the first packaging machine for coffee in 1911. At the same time, the company Höfliger + Karg was founded in 1945 and presented the first capsule filling machine in 1958. The two companies joined in 1970 (Höfliger + Karg) and 1977 (Geiger & Hesser) to form Robert Bosch Apparatebau GmbH, which was founded in 1969 and later became Bosch Packaging Technologies. In 2020, Bosch Packaging Technologies became Syntegon. In 2021, the Rotzinger Group took over Syntegon Cartoning - Track & Trace GmbH and renamed it Rotzinger PharmaPack GmbH. 

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