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Printing on Flexible Packaging Materials

As medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers prepare to comply with FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI) and various other track and trace/serialization initiatives, they are evaluating the ability of existing printing systems to produce the requisite bar codes and human readable text. Systems must be able to print high-quality codes on widely used flexible packaging materials, for instance, because manufacturers may be reluctant to qualify new materials simply to improve print quality. New printing approaches may therefore be in order.

Driving Quality, Efficiency

A generics manufacturer turns to the latest in variable-printing technologies to ensure legible text and graphics, reducing rejects.

Actavis Inc. has overcome printing legibility challenges and others with the help of Videojet Technologies. Producing and marketing generic pharmaceutical products for all significant therapeutic classes, Actavis is the U.S. manufacturing and marketing division of Actavis Group, reportedly the world’s third largest generic pharmaceutical company.

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Videojet Introduces Three New Inks At PackExpo

Videojet Technologies, Inc. announced three new Ultra High Speed (UHS) inks for its line of UHS continuous ink jet printers at Pack Expo Las Vegas.

Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Persistent Systems Launches PaxPharma Compliance-based Packaging Automation System

The system is designed to help pharmaceutical packaging firms manage the entire print and production cycle.

Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced the immediate availability of PaxPharma, a compliance-based, Design to Print (D2P) automation solution designed specifically  for pharmaceutical  packaging and product lifecycle management (PLM).  The company unveiled the solution at this year’s Pharma Packaging and Labeling USA 2013 conference being held February 26 and 27 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel.

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Robinson Printing Helps Medical Device Maker Fit in Extra Languages

Robinson Printing (Temecula, CA) is currently helping Volcano Corp. (San Diego, CA) include up to 20 languages on one IFU (instructions for use). The project, which started in the summer of 2012, is a complex one, involving separate IFUs for more than a dozen models of the company’s products, including Eagle Eye Platinum catheters used for Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS). Robinson was charged with maintaining the same IFU weight and thickness as earlier versions featuring fewer languages.

“We needed to increase the number of languages to address EU regulatory requirements,” explains Erin Thompson, associate product manager, IVUS Imaging, for Volcano Corp. “We had to ensure that the new IFUs did not exceed the original weight because any changes could affect the overall package weight, which would require package revalidation. We also weren’t changing the IFU content other than having it translated into different languages.”

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