Pharmaceutical

Industry Outlook: Pharmaceutical Packaging

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Machine Vision: Easier to Implement, Easier to Use

Software platforms are making vision systems more efficient and user-friendly.

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Integrating a Packaging Line

Integration can make the packaging process simpler or—if it is not done right—much more complicated.

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Packaging Nutritional Supplements

Faced with increased competition and impending regulations, nutritional supplement manufacturers must rethink the way their products are packaged and labeled. Many are turning to contract packagers for help.

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Child-Resistant Closures: Is a Revolution in Design Imminent?

CPSC requirements that closures be both senior friendly and childproof haven't led to radical new designs—yet.

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Paperboard Cartons: More than Just Boxes

The demand for greater shelf presence is spurring the use of cartons, particularly those with eye-catching graphics.

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Folding Cartons Remain Sturdy

Suppliers meet challenges from customers to remain competitive with other forms of packaging.

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A Fresh Look at Tubes

Tubes may be among the oldest, best established pharmaceutical packages, but they still face challenges.

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CASE HISTORY: Packaging Saves Time, Space

Suppliers worked with a pharmaceutical maker to produce unit-dose packaging that saves nurses time and frees storage space.

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