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U.S. Regulator Says India's Dr. Reddy's Violated Child-Proof Packaging Rules

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U.S. government's Consumer Product Safety Commission has alleged that Indian drugmaker Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd violated packaging rules for some prescription drugs sold between 2008 and 2012.

Merck Recalls Liptruzet Cholesterol Drug Due to Packaging Defects

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Merck is voluntarily recalling all lots of Liptruzet (ezetimibe and atorvastatin) from wholesalers in the United States due to packaging defects.

Bayer recalls Alka-Seltzer due to packaging issues (again)

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Bayer is voluntarily recalling Alka-Seltzer Plus packages that were sold in the U.S. at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens and Kroger after February 9, 2018, due to a labelling error.

Pfizer's PAT Team Endorses Packaging Inspection Device

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Pfizer has endorsed a blister packaging inspection device, Visionscan, made by Sepha Ltd, following several months of trials.

Corning, Merck, Pfizer Collaborate on Pharma Glass Packaging

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The CEOs of Corning, Merck, and Pfizer were welcomed to the White House to announce a new pharmaceutical glass packaging initiative, which promises to to return the pharmaceutical glass manufacturing to the United States through modernization and innovation.

News: Pregnant Problem: FDA Orders Recall of Oral Contraceptives Due to ...

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Qualitest Pharmaceuticals issued a nationwide, retail-level recall of multiple lots of oral contraceptives because a packaging error may result in the daily regimen for these products being incorrect and could leave women without adequate contraception, and at risk for unintended pregnancy.

West to Break Ground at Waterford, Ireland, Manufacturing Plant

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The facility will manufacture packaging components for insulin injector cartridges and other packaging components for injectable drugs

Merck Recalls Chemo Drug Over Packaging Issue

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Merck is recalling 276,000 bottles of branded chemotherapy drug, Temodar and generic drug, temozolomide, due to cracked child-proof caps.

News: Barcodes Turned Into Art?

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Package design has become so artful, it has come to this: Even the barcode, the style runt of product labeling, is getting gussied up. Products are now sporting barcodes that integrate famous buildings, blades of wheat and bubbles into the ubiquitous black and white rectangle of lines and ...

Lilly to Let Go of 200 R&D Jobs Globally, Refocus U.S. Efforts

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Lilly to Let Go of 200 R&D Jobs Globally, Refocus U.S.-based Efforts. The “voluntary exit program” offers employees compensation package.

News: J&J Typo Results in Another Recall

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West Pharma Services Plans Site Expansions, Upgrades

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West will add capabilities to all of its global Packaging Systems R&D facilities and develop two new R&D Centers of Excellence

Catalent Sues United Drug

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Pharmaceutical services company United Drug and contract manufacturer Catalent are battling in court over packaging manufacturing business.

West to Build Pharma Component Manufacturing Plant in Ireland

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The new facility will produce packaging components for insulin injector cartridges and other high-value packaging components

Xcelience Opens Packaging/Distribution Hub in the UK

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The company says the move marks the first small to mid-sized American CDMO to launch international operations

rommelag's 50 Year Anniversary

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Fifty years ago, rommelag revolutionized plastic packaging technology with BFS.

PL Developments Adds New Plant, 450 Jobs

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The company manufactures, packages and distributes more than 450 health care products

Merck to build new plant in N.C.

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Merck Sharp and Dohme will invest some $680 million in new manufacturing space and expanded packaging space to support its HPV vaccine Gardisil.

FDA Challenges Prescription of "An Aspirin a Day" to Prevent Heart Attack

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Statement comes after FDA rejects Bayer AG's request to change labeling on aspirin packaging

Actavis Divests Doryx Acne Med to Mayne Pharma

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Actavis will continue to package, distribute and promote the product until May 2

AstraZeneca Builds Biotech Factory in Sweden

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The new plant will be focused on filling and packaging of protein therapeutics

Mylan Shareholders Re-elect Board, but Reject Executive Pay

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Despite numerous negative EpiPen headlines, Mylan's shareholders vote to retain its current board, but vote against executive compensation package.

Report: Pfizer offering early retirement to some U.S. employees

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With layoffs looming, Pfizer has reportedly offered eligible employees in the U.S. a severance package if they retire early.

Sanofi employees in Bangladesh plan hunger strike protest

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Sanofi’s workforce in Bangladesh is demanding compensation packages and threatening to take extreme measures if the demands aren’t met.

News: PEW Report: Pharma Still Vulnerable to Heparin-Like Disasters

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Released this week, this PEW report examines counterfeiting and the distribution of substandard intermediates and medications, scopes the problem and offers some solutions.

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