Pharmaceutical

From the Inside Out: Planning a Clinical Trial Package

The process of designing the clinical trial package must be efficient, because timing and precision are critical to success.

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From the Inside Out: Planning a Clinical Trial Package

The process of designing the clinical trial package must be efficient, because timing and precision are critical to success.

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Source Tagging Increases Sales

Industry experts say that despite costs, the practice of source tagging is growing rapidly, and so is the return on investment.

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One-Piece Approach to Economical, Senior-Friendly Closures

One-piece closures help packagers and seniors save on costs and muscle.

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Scientific Approach Removes Guesswork from Package Design

Armed with the knowledge of the specific MVTRs required, packaging engineers can design a package that optimally meets product protection levels.

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Emerging Ways to Acquire Packaging Machinery

The Internet, leasing companies, and refurbishers offer unique ways to obtain machinery.

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Prepackaged Linear Guides Improve Packaging Machine Performance

When incorporated into packaging equipment, linear guides can reduce downtime, increase speed, and reduce maintenance.

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Using Packaging to Promote Private-Label Drugs

In order to promote the quality of their products, private-label marketers should devise their own packaging instead of copying that of the brand-name OTC drugs.

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Equipment Fills Drug Industry's Needs

Advances in technology enable filling machinery and parts to meet ever-changing production demands.

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Forming Barrier Materials for Blister Packages

How blister materials react to forming should be considered during material selection and equipment design.

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