PureLab Plastics was created following the acquisition of the company Thomas and the sale of activities outside the medical sector. Newly renovated, the company covers a surface area of 7,000m² including a climate- and dust-controlled plastic molding workshop with 30 injection molding machines, 17 of which are electric, two clean rooms meeting ISO 7 and ISO 8 standards and machining, assembly and packaging stations for mass production from 200 to 1 million units per week.

PureLab Plastics today is a state-of-the-art factory specializing in the production of plastic parts and the assembly of plastic systems for the medical sector, diagnostics systems and Life Sciences industries (pharmaceuticals, biotechs, etc.). Various technologies are in place on the site: injection and bi-injection, over-molding on metallic or plastic inserts, gas injection, manual and automatic assembly, placing inserts, decoration ( pad printing, MAC), sleeving, sealing blister packs, installing filters, pre-sterilization, camera monitoring on the production line, labeling, packaging, etc.

Through its investment in the Jura region and the development of this activity, Gilson wishes to support the economy and local talent with over 90 people currently working in PureLab Plastics. This workforce is likely to grow in the coming months with the development of the Group’s external activities.