pharma packaging

2nd Annual Pharma Packaging, Labelling, Serialisation, Track and Trace 2019 overviews and integrates the business and technical problems that pharmaceutical companies should be aware of in order to fight the major global problem of counterfeit medicines. In addition to discussion of the problems, this conference addresses serialisation; track and trace analytical techniques scientists use to detect counterfeits and identifying solutions to the threat of counterfeit medical products.

 

With the Smart Blister Pack from the Schreiner MediPharm business unit, Schreiner Group won first place in the 2019 FINAT Label Competition in the “Innovation” category

"Single use inhaler on a thermoformed blister basis, completely manufactured on one blister machine, primary and secondary packaging. Contains an air intake, mouth piece, powder enclosure & opening system.

Allows patients to always have a new device."

The Union health ministry will make it mandatory for all active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) packages to be barcoded to detect spurious drugs and monitor imported and indigenously produced raw materials used to manufacture medicines.

Large and small healthcare companies across Europe are getting more flexibility and lower costs for shorter print runs.

A polyester film by Uflex that can replace the top and bottom substrates of the conventional cold formed Alu–Alu laminate in blister packaging.

For a multinational pharmaceutical corporation, Schreiner MediPharm developed a smart blister pack for digital patient compliance monitoring to enhance medication adherence by clinical trial participants. Schreiner MediPharm implemented the smart packaging solution together with the Dutch technology company ECCT (Experts in Communications and Connectivity Technology). Employment of this electronic tool to manage and track processes during clinical trials marks a milestone for the pharmaceutical manufacturer.

Amcor flexibles americas offers a products called fortis breather bag. It is improved header opening for end user convenience, better breath ability and reduction in cycle and aeration time for ethylene oxide sterilisation, eliminates particulate generated from heat seal coatings.

For a multinational pharmaceutical corporation, Schreiner MediPharm developed a smart blister pack for digital patient compliance monitoring to enhance medication adherence by clinical trial participants. Schreiner MediPharm implemented the smart packaging solution together with the Dutch technology company ECCT (Experts in Communications and Connectivity Technology).

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