Comar Company History Timeline

1949
1949 Comar is founded as the TST Glass Company by the Tamagni family.
1951
1951 TST Glass Company begins converting glass tubing for the healthcare industry.
1961
1961 Comar begins manufacturing finished vials using its own equipment.
1981
1981 Total Packaging Concept is acquired, plastic molding capabilities introduced.
1982
1982 Product line expanded to introduce disposable pipettes.
1985
1985 Patented Neutraplex glass tubular vial improves glass vial stability.
1994
Regulations .17, .18, .22, and .23 amended as an emergency provision effective November 18, 1994 21 25 Md.
2000
Regulations .01-.04 adopted as an emergency provision effective March 1, 2000 27 6 Md.
Our mold design and build operations expanded into a new, state-of-the-art facility in 2000 to accommodate the demanding requirements of our pharmaceutical customers.
2003
Chapter recodified from COMAR 33.07.06, Regulation .04 repealed, and new Regulation .04 adopted effective November 24, 2003 30 23 Md.
2003 New liquid dispensing syringes launched to meet the needs of the oral delivery market.
2004
Regulation .03B amended as an emergency provision effective January 2, 2004 30 24 Md.
2006
Regulation .03A amended as an emergency provision effective June 2, 2006 33 13 Md.
2006 Liquid dispensing syringes offer better accuracy, available prefilled with No-Choke cap.
2007
In 2007, Comar sold its glass division, retaining its glass pipette manufacturing capabilities.
2012
Regulations .01-.04 under new chapter, Challengers or Watchers adopted effective March 19, 2012 39 5 Md.
2013
2013 Comar announced its successful recapitalization with Graham Partners, providing access to additional capital and resources to support expansion and broaden product development and manufacturing capabilities in North America.
2014
With the merger of Comar and Convergence Packaging Holdings in late 2014, the company took a giant leap forward virtually tripling its manufacturing facilities, broadening its product portfolio, extending its market reach, and acquiring new distribution channels nationwide and beyond.
2015
2015 Comar invests 6MM for Rancho Cucamonga plant expansion and receives ISO Certification.
2016
2016 Fully integrated under the Comar brand, the corporate office expands and relocates to the Philadelphia area.
2017
2017 The ID Center is built in Buena, NJ and IDworks is formally launched.
2017 Comar acquires ProPlas Technologies and Shore Plastic Technologies.
2018
2018 Comar acquires West Bend Plastics, Inc West Bend Containers, Inc.
2018 Comar recapitalizes with Morgan Stanley Capital Partners.
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