Despite continuous pressure to contain costs, the demand for pharmaceutical packages keeps growing.
Changes to desiccant forms streamline the packaging process and simplify the package.
Drug companies whose product lines are constantly expanding are finding that robots increase the flexibility of their packaging line.
Creating a child-resistant package that also promotes compliance presents a challenge to clinical trial packagers.
Unclear regulatory expectations hinder the use of barrier isolation technology, despite its potential. But FDA and industry are working to address issues.
Tube designers have followed the lead of the cosmetics industry to produce attractive, easy-to-use packages.
Buying decisions require continuous communication—even with staff not directly involved.
Over-the-counter pharmaceuticals need the latest advances in graphics and security to distinguish themselves.
There are a variety of coding and marking systems drug makers can use to track their products and to fight counterfeiting and drug diversion.