Packaging Quality, Service, and Creativity Since 1949. We have a longstanding reputation for developing creative, industry-compliant, rigid plastic solutions for the Medical, Pharmaceutical, Consumer Healthcare, Personal & Home Care, Food & Beverage, and other niche markets. Focused on quality, service, and creativity for more than six decades, we are your trusted partner to execute and unlock growth.
Comar is a trusted medical device and diagnostics molder with a reputation for industry-leading "Design for Manufacturing" services, in-house mold making and prototyping, and diverse molding technologies. Our design services and production facilities are FDA registered, ISA 13485 certified, and home to ISO Class 8 Cleanrooms. Your customer expects the best, trust us to deliver.
Quality is inherent in all facets of our business — a protocol that has garnered the company market leadership positions as a preferred supplier of oral syringes, dropper assemblies, bottles, and other plastic products.
Comar’s product portfolio includes standard and stocked items with extensive customization options and high-quality custom molding capabilities. With expertise in all major rigid processing platforms — including Injection Molding, Extrusion Blow Molding, Injection Blow Molding and Injection Stretch Blow Molding — we’re equipped and ready to take on the most challenging customer requirements.
Comar is the recipient of numerous supplier awards for quality and service. As our customer, you will be treated to best-in-class service, with dedicated representatives to answer questions and help steer your product to completion. And you can rest assured that our focus on continuous improvement means your product will be produced right — every time.
Our success is rooted in long-term relationships with industry regulators and customers. Close ties to the CDC Protect Initiative and the Consumer Product Safety Commission facilitate the development of innovative products that meet regulatory requirements and protect the end-user.
Our eight manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Puerto Rico encompass more than 800,000 square feet of space and house some of the most advanced technology and equipment available.