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Materials for packaging pharmaceuticals, sustainability, and green materials. Anticounterfeiting measures such as RFID, 2D barcode, & holograms for track-and-trace, e-pedigree. Digital and conventional label printing.

USP Seeks Input on Standards for Plastic Packaging Systems

October 2, 2013

Pharmaceutical Technology

USP seeks input from stakeholders on new and revised standards to mitigate extractables and leachables in plastic packaging systems.

Maintaining and Verifying the Cold Chain

October 2, 2013

Pharmaceutical Technology

Temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals and biologics depend on a variety of services and technologies to establish, maintain, and verify proper storage and transport conditions.

New Tools Fight Counterfeiting

September 18, 2013

Equipment and Processing Report

New weapons in the anticounterfeiting arsenal include authentication and labeling technologies.

FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Patient Counseling Info for Labeling

September 17, 2013

FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Patient Counseling Info for Labeling

Omega Design Corporation Introduces LabelSync 450

September 2, 2013
Pharmaceutical Technology

Omega Design Corporation offers the LabelSync 450 Vision Module, designed to capture and sync a bottle?s unique serialized label with its individual line code.

PACK EXPO Showcases Solutions for Inspection and Serialization

August 21, 2013

Equipment and Processing Report

Companies exhibit developments for pharmaceutical packaging to meet needs, such as e-pedigree and inspection requirements.

Fast Locator 2013-2014 Index

August 1, 2013

View companies' outsourcing profiles from PharmTech's 2013 Outsourcing Resources Fast Locator Index in the following categories.

INTERPHEX Introduces Packaging Safety and Quality Innovations

July 17, 2013

Equipment and Processing Report

Containers, components, and quality control equipment help safeguard product quality and patient safety.

Extractables and Leachables: Best Practices to Ensure Patient Safety

July 2, 2013

Pharmaceutical Technology

The author presents best practices for extractables and leachables.

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Eric Langerr Outsourcing Outlook Eric LangerTargeting Different Off-Shore Destinations
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