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In the world of injection molding, experience, expertise, and a passion for sharing knowledge can transform careers and shape the future of the industry. Ron Barr, a seasoned Principal Process Engineer at West, is a testament to this philosophy. With a remarkable journey that began back in 1991 when he joined the workforce at the age of 19, Ron's story is an inspiration to aspiring professionals in the field.
With employees’ students across the U.S. receiving $5,000 each year over four years, the Foundation fosters a culture of support for education and family at West.
In September 2023, Dr. Bettine Boltres, West’s contact for scientific affairs and technical solutions for glass, shared with us the most frequently asked questions that she encounters on glass-related topics. We are pleased to share Part 2 of the series where Dr. Boltres will share the remainder of the 10 most common questions she gets asked concerning glass vials.
You can read Part 1 of the series here.
The global pen injector and auto-injector markets have witnessed significant growth due to the increasing demand for self-administration of injectable drugs. Pen injectors and auto-injectors provide a user-friendly and convenient solution for patients to administer medications, contributing to improved patient compliance and overall healthcare outcomes. There are well established traditional market segments that use cartridge-based delivery systems, including dental local anesthesia and diabetes care, as well as human growth hormone and allergy therapies. However, there have been significant developments in the incorporation of cartridges in auto-injectors as supposed to the traditional syringe designs.
West and Dublin City University (DCU) in Ireland have formed a 4-year educational partnership that will provide 180 students from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds with scholarships and educational opportunities. The partnership with the DCU Access programme features the creation of a new annual €45,000 scholarship fund by West to run for four years.