As the world slowly emerges from the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Avery Dennison Medical is creating new products that will serve as the backbone of upcoming healthcare innovations. Now, more than ever, we want to offer a helping hand to those who want to revolutionize the medical field with their ideas. 


“When you create a culture where everyone feels safe to bring their authentic self to work, where you feel heard, valued and that you have opportunity…you can accomplish anything as an organization.”

-Miguel Solivan, Global product manager


As a longtime leader in the medical adhesives industry, Avery Dennison Medical is driven by two key factors—unique processes and innovative products—to stay on the cutting edge of the wearables market.


Avery Dennison Medical is very excited about exhibiting in the 2021 MD&M West Expo in sunny Anaheim, California.  It will be our first face-to-face conference in over a year!


“We are striving to make the world a better place and encourage every employee to take the initiative to introduce their diverse ideas and knowledge to support and drive our goals,” said Kirsten Newquist, vice president and general manager. “We are committed to investing time, energy and capital, in a sustainable way.”


Our Performance Tapes division has announced the start of construction for a new Concentrated Solar Thermal platform at our production plant in Belgium, which will supply carbon free renewable solar energy to partially operate the drawing ovens on production lines and the coding process of pressure sensitive adhesive products.


Avery Dennison Medical is thrilled to be a part of the upcoming MEDICA 2021 international trade fair in Germany. The Düsseldorf Exhibition Center has put together a collection of infection protection precautions to help ensure the safety of all attendees. Learn more about these precautions and the new products we will be showcasing.

Science of Skin

Human skin is a complex substrate. There are many factors to consider when developing any device sticking to skin. Skin contact materials and adhesives need to perform under a number of conditions to support the patient’s biology and lifestyle. A number of factors should be considered when selecting skin-contact materials and adhesives.