Pharmapac - packaging specialists since 1983

A lot has changed since Pharmapac first started operating in 1983. There are more pharmaceuticals and nutritional supplements available now than ever before, consumers are more aware of recycling options, and retailers are looking for more innovative ways to present their products on the shelves.

At Pharmapac we’ve moved with the times over the past 35 years. We’ve grown from a small factory with just two injection moulders and one extrusion moulder to our offices and production facility in Glenfield, Auckland and distribution centre in Rosedale, Auckland. We now have over 36 staff members – many of whom have been with Pharmapac for over 15 years!

Alongside our addition of injection moulding, extrusion blow moulding and injection stretch blow moulding to our manufacturing processes, we have also brought the wadding process (closures and cap liners) in-house. Because we produce and supply these from our own production lines, you don’t need to rely on an additional supplier with a separate set of timeframes and costs. It also means we can provide traceability of your product for every stage of the production run.

New Zealand owned and operated

After three decades, Pharmapac is still owned and operated by the Hopwood family.

Because of our longevity in the packaging industry, we’ve taken a genuine interest in and got to know a lot about the pharmaceuticals, supplements and food products sectors. We understand how to maintain the quality of what goes inside our packaging and what regulations and requirements must be adhered to in each of those sectors. And we do as much as we can to create a sustainable, environmentally responsible packaging sector.

We’re always open to having clients come and visit us at our facilities. If you’d like to arrange to come and see some samples and the different processes we use, please get in touch.

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