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The Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council (HPRC) is pleased to welcome a new member, Prent Corporation. "Our involvement with HPRC will not only educate our internal teams but will also allow us to engage on the front end of sustainability efforts and projects,” shared Ryan Holsker, Sales Manager at Prent. “Our existing systems, capabilities, and technology will enable us to spearhead sustainability efforts within HPRC and throughout the industry.”

Prent has developed a line of tip protectors that provide puncture and abrasion protection for their customer's sterile barrier packaging.

Prent recently implemented a new Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) to help streamline operations.

See why Prent's approach of innovation to an outdated transportation and automation tote earned them the recognition of a WorldStar Award.

Often, thermoformed trays that hold medical devices are designed with a snap fit that uses undercut geometry to contain the device. But, based on feedback from nursing panels across the nation, this type of packaging can be cumbersome when ejecting products in a sterile, surgical field.

The Institute of Packaging Professionals recently honored Prent Corporation with a prestigious 2020 AmeriStar Packaging Award for its Collection Clamshell Tray.

Prent has always strived for a small carbon footprint by making environmentally conscious business decisions.

The plastic face shields that Prent designed in response to the pandemic are in the process of becoming registered by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Prent Corporation was recently announced as an AmeriStar award winner, in the Medical Device category, by the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP). The AmeriStar awards are an annual honor given to the best packaging design based on innovation, product protection, economics, package performance, marketing, and environmental impact.

JANESVILLE, WI. (April 4, 2018) – Prent Corporation, the industry leader in custom medical and electronics thermoform packaging, is constructing a 45,000 square-foot advanced manufacturing facility in Tijuana, Mexico. The facility, operational in the fourth quarter of 2018, will meet the growing demand for medical packaging regionally while strengthening a global footprint that supports the medical, electronics and consumer industries from the Americas to the Caribbean, Europe to Southeast Asia and beyond.