Steven Warakomski

Steven Warakomski Technology & Innovation, Pharmaceutical Packaging Klöckner Pentaplast

Steven Warakomski, Technology & Innovation, Pharmaceutical Packaging, Klöckner Pentaplast.  For over 18 years, Steven has worked in a variety of technical areas in pharmaceutical packaging and polymer processing. Steven currently works in the Technology & Innovation group of Klöckner Pentaplast with a focus on pharmaceutical packaging. He has served as Technical Manager, Pharmaceutical Film from 2006 until present date and has recently shifting focus to more of a research and development role. Prior the focus on pharmaceutical films, he worked as an extrusion process engineer for both Klöckner Pentaplast and Penn Fibre & Specialty, Co.

As Technical Manager, Steven has played a key role in the development and support of Klöckner Pentaplast’s BlisterPro™ services. He provides support to the recently established i.Center located in UVA Research Park in Charlottesville, VA. Form the i.Center, he supervises a team of design engineers to develop and support the newly expanded BlisterPro™ Xcel services. Other areas of focus include development of packaging that requires high barrier, chemical resistance, or other unique features that arise from customer and market needs.

Steven is a graduate of Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA with a degree in Chemical Engineering. In 2013, Steven was awarded a patent titled “Configuration of Multiple Thermoformable Film Layers for Rigid Packaging Requiring Moisture and Oxygen Protection.”