How We Created Flex-Gate®

How We Created Flex-Gate® When Superstorm Sandy slammed into New York City on October 29, 2012, it caused billions of dollars in damage and took the lives of 43 people. Forty-six miles of subway track ended up underwater. The storm forced 11 billion gallons of raw sewage into Hewlett Bay and left 250,000 people in […]

ILC Dover Expands Packaging Business

Frederica, Del., July 18, 2018— ILC Dover has announced that it has acquired Plascon’s bulk packaging business on June 28, 2018. Plascon’s bulk packaging business complements ILC Dover’s portfolio of bulk packaging products sold under our Grayling Bulk Packaging Solutions brand. In making the announcement, Glenn LeBlanc, V.P. and Division Manager for Packaging and Safety, notes, […]

EZ BioPac® – Single-Use Technology

Biopharmaceutical companies face a difficult dilemma: To get to market quickly, they must produce biologics more efficiently—lowering costs and using fewer workers—but there are daunting roadblocks in the way. In manufacturing biologics, In early stages it is easier to use bottled liquid media, but as processes are scaled up to support larger clinical trials, that’s […]

Xtrakt® System by ILC Dover Wins the Excellence in Industrial Packaging Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Frederica, Delaware – April 18, 2018 —  ILC Dover is pleased to announce that our patent-pending Xtrakt® System has been selected as the winner of the 2018 Excellence in Industrial Packaging award which was presented at the inaugural Industrial Pack show held in Atlanta on April 4th and 5th. Launched in 2017, the Xtrakt® system […]

Celebrating 70 years!

~~FREDERICA — Donna Shoemaker has been working at ILC Dover so long, she remembers when the company brought in their first computers — the original “Apples.” The 36-year veteran was on hand, along with government officials, dignitaries and hundreds of other employees, at Tuesday’s celebration marking the company’s 70th anniversary. Over her tenure at the […]

Man on the moon

It was the height of the groovy-but-grim late ’60s, and the collective American consciousness seemed to have lapsed into a dizzy haze, like queasy riders on some psychedelic, psychotic merry-go-round. In those days, war tore at the nation’s heart, its brutal images countered by flower-power armies. Our cultural aspirations seemed to soar on clouds of […]