UPM Raflatac’s RFID Business Area has introduced its new Web site dedicated to radio-frequency identification business and operations. The new Web site offers visitors information about recent and new success stories and information on how companies worldwide are benefiting from radio-frequency identification solutions. The new Web site is designed to keep visitors up-to-date with the latest developments in technology, solutions, trends, and products. The Web site features industry news and views, demonstrates a range of UPM Raflatac’s radio-frequency identification products and end-use application areas, and offers basic information about radio-frequency identification for new visitors.
Real Danger campaign
A public awareness campaign highlights the dangers that exist when patients bypass the healthcare system and purchase prescription-only medicines online, without a prescription. The Web site targets the general public and intends to educate them on the risks of buying medicines from unregulated sources including illicit Web sites. The campaign is a partnership between Pfizer Inc., the U.K. medicines regulator the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and patient representatives, The Patients Association, and H.E.A.R.T UK. The Web site includes the opportunity to view the hard-hitting advertisement that was shown on television for the first time in November and provides provides facts on counterfeit medicine and advice on how to obtain medicines safely. People visiting the site are welcomed to provide feedback and ask any questions.
Pharma Packaging Solutions
A division of Carton Service Inc. has launched a brand new Web site featuring its new name and company logo. The entire redesign was built on the concept of meeting customers and Web site visitors at their point of need. The Web site comprises various sections that detail packaging solutions for customers, such as the company’s CRx Pack—a patented F=1 solution to CR-SF compliance, safety, and security. In addition, the Web site features sections that showcase the company’s creative service team handling design, case studies from pharmaceutical companies, a pressroom, and contact information.
Answers to environmental, health, and safety (EHS) questions are provided via a new free online community. A voting and reputation system ensures that the best answers bubble to the top. Questions and answers remain archived in a searchable format where they are available to anyone with Internet access. Any Web site visitor can ask, answer, vote on, and edit questions and answers. Quality is maintained by an automated reputation system, which assigns a higher reputation to those people that other users in the community trust.
A company focusing on time-temperature indicators has revamped its Web site. It features simplified navigation, product demonstrations, updated quality and regulatory information, and an updated news site. Temptime provides heat and freeze indicators that monitor individual products or multiple-unit packages.