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With our Werum PAS-X MES - on premise or cloud-based - and our software solutions for analysis, track & trace, networked factories, and intelligent packaging, we are the world's leading supplier and partner to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

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We are specialists for complete handling systems for pharmaceutical and medical products. Our solutions are decisive in the field of contactless and safe transport of e.g. glass syringes.

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As the world's leading inspection expert, we develop solutions for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Our range of products extends from high-performance machines and semi-automatic machines to laboratory units and inspection applications for in-process control.

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We are a leading supplier of packaging machines for liquid and solid pharmaceutical and medical products. With our blister, sachet and stick packaging machines we offer solutions for primary packaging. Our side and topload cartoners set standards worldwide for secondary packaging.

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K.Pak Topload Case Packer

Introducing our latest solution from Körber; the K.Pak Topload Case Packer! Created specifically for the pharmaceutical industry, the K.Pak solution provides operator-friendly machines to complete any production line. Our solution focuses on innovative technology, high-quality design and expert handling and packaging of your product. It’s time to start connecting the dots with Körber!

Packaging solutions

Packaging solutions

As long-standing specialists, we develop packaging solutions for innovative and high-quality secondary pharmaceutical packaging made of cardboard. We offer you solutions for counterfeit protection, standard folding boxes and much more.

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Our experts will advise you during the analysis of your requirements, show you optimisation potential and support you during the implementation of projects in all areas of the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industry.

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Jens Woehlbier assigned as new CEO of Werum IT Solutions

Lüneburg, Germany, 16 May 2019 – On 15 April 2019 Jens Woehlbier started as new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Werum IT Solutions. He succeeds Rüdiger Schlierenkämper who has worked for Werum in managerial positions since 2000 and will retire at the end of June 2019.

Before joining Werum, Jens Woehlbier worked for more than 20 years in various management positions at the management consultancy Accenture where he was responsible for IT transformation projects of industry customers. Most recently, he was Head of Front Office Digitization and Automotive managing the global technology portfolios of several Accenture key accounts and taking care of their digital transformation.

“As a profound IT and digitization specialist, Jens Woehlbier is a perfect match for Werum,” says Jörn Gossé, CEO at Körber Medipak Systems. “He will actively drive forward the further development of Werum's product portfolio realizing the Factory of the Future of our pharma and biotech customers.”

At the same time, Jörn Gossé thanks Rüdiger Schlierenkämper for his successful work and his commitment: “Rüdiger Schlierenkämper has had a strong influence on the internationalization of Werum and the great success of the company as the global market leader for pharma and biotech Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).”

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