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  • Creating a Pharma Packaging Line That Fits Acidic Products

    Acidic liquids could cause damage to equipment over time through corrosion, which will result in costly breakdowns and downtime without sufficient preventive measures.

    Krys Beal, Vice President of sales and marketing, E-PAK Machinery
  • Pharma Trends: The Latest in Syringe Filling and Packaging

    In an environment characterized by increasingly demanding production requirements driven by machinery composed of numerous mechanical parts, choosing the most efficient plastics and sealing components is critical.

    Shiva Bissoon, P.Eng, M.Sc, B.Eng, CFPHS, sales and business development manager, Hallite
  • Unpacking the Complexity of Biologic Drug Containment

    Thinking differently about material selection and system integration for biologics

    Susan M. Dounce, Principal SME — Prefilled Syringes, Crystal Zenith, and Combination Products, West Pharmaceutical Services
  • EU FMD: The One-Year Countdown

    Companies that manufacture, sell or dispense drugs in the European Union have until February 9, 2019 to comply. Where does the industry stand?

    Pharmaceutical Manufacturing staff
  • State of Packaging in the Pharma Industry

    Changes stemming from regulations, technological innovation and discovery bring about challenges for brand owners, packagers and OEMs

    Jerry Martin, pharmaceutical and life sciences consultant to PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies
  • Finding New Roads

    Customer demands are shifting fast, and new designs are helping manufacturers navigate the market apex

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • Product Focus: Packaging Systems

    Top suppliers of pharmaceutical packaging systems are designing equipment to meet the specific needs prioritized by the modern day pharmaceutical industry.

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • Leaders of the Pack

    Contract packagers accelerate pharma packaging innovation

    Doug Bartholomew, Contributing Editor
  • FDA Makes Pharma’s Day with Delay

    In this case, an FDA delay is a good thing, as it offers temporary relief to pharma manufacturers by not enforcing the deadline of DSCSA for an entire year

    Katie Weiler, Managing Editor
  • The Case for On-Dose Authentication

    Using inert microtags at the drug dosage level can provide both security and business intelligence

    Peter Wong, Chief Operating Officer, TruTag Technologies Inc.
  • A Look Back at Packaging

    Packaging does much more than serve as a place for the label

    Emil W. Ciurczak, Contributing Editor
  • On the Cusp of Change

    Parenteral drug manufacturers are sharpening capabilities and coming into their own

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • DSCSA Support: The Benefits of Leveraging EPCIS

    The pharma industry is exploring the use of the Electronic Product Code Information Service to help meet the immediate and long-term requirements of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act

    Peter Sturtevant, senior director of industry engagement, GS1 US
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