For certain medical treatments, traditional drug delivery via pill or syringe may not be ideal and there could be a migration toward inhaler and spray delivery in these areas.
Aptar has strong relationships with multinational consumer goods and pharmaceutical companies, and should thus find plenty of business in the emerging economies of Asia and Latin America.
Aptar's pharmaceutical segment will continue to generate generous amounts of free cash flow to help internally finance the group's international expansion plans and maintain its investment-grade credit rating. Read more
There have been many dispensing innovations in recent years, particularly in the consumer goods space, so we may have passed the peak of the current replacement cycle.
Some pharmaceutical companies have taken drug delivery development in-house. If that trend intensifies, it could result in lower demand for Aptar's pharmaceutical products.
Aerosol valves have previously come under regulatory scrutiny and another round of similar regulations could inhibit the growth of Aptar's aerosol-based dispensing systems. Read more
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