White Papers & eBooks

on 'Packaging'

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  • eBook: Pharmaceutical Serialization

    As the industry invests in serialization capabilities to ensure regulatory compliance, they have the opportunity to explore how serialization can be used to develop new processes and capabilities.

  • Pharma Packaging Trends 2016 eBook

    Once viewed as a mundane part of the business, primary packaging of pharmaceuticals has morphed into a hotbed of creativity.

  • Pharmaceutical Packaging Trends eBook

    Pharmaceutical packaging plays a critical role in ensuring the efficient distribution and safe consumption of the world’s drug supply.

  • The New Approach to Track and Trace

    A new leaner, more cost-effective approach to track and trace demands new technology. Due to advances in the power of digital signal processors (DSP), imaging sensors and decoding algorithms, traceability applications such as ID code reading, text verification, mark quality assessment, and label inspection can now be accomplished more economically using the latest generation of smart camera vision systems.

    Cognex Corp.
  • Increasing Tablet Press Productivity Using Segmented Turret Technology

    Surveys of tablet press users reveal that machines with segmented turrets increase output and reduce set-up and cleaning time over conventional presses and previous turret technologies. This paper will discuss survey data from drug manufacturers using the technology and quantify some of the benefits over conventional press technologies.

    Fette America
  • Brandjacking Index: Online Risks in Pharmaceutical Market

    Buying drugs online continues to be fraught with fraudsters and continues to be popular because of the high demand for inexpensive medicines. While tracking six different drug brands in July 2009, four of which were patented, MarkMonitor observed continued growth in the online market for pharmaceuticals including high levels of traffic to suspicious online pharmacies and increased numbers of listings for pharmaceuticals on B2B exchange sites.

  • Tales from the Counterfeiting Front: USP’s Drug Quality Matrix

    USP has released an updated version of its matrix tracking public reports of counterfeit and substandard drugs worldwide. The report is more anecdotal than comprehensive—there’s no way to chronicle all incidents—but tells a vivid story of the challenges facing local authorities worldwide in battling counterfeits. Also, read here about how USP and USAID are ramping up their counterefforts.

  • Optimizing the Global Manufacturing Network

    How can today's manufacturers best address supply chain problems and how companies can measure their supply and manufacturing network performance? Manufacturing Insights' Simon Ellis provides best practices on how manufacturers can optimize their global networks.

    SAP America
  • Use of Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) with HPLC for Analysis from Formulation to Packaging

    Different levels of components or impurities and lot-to-lot variability in ingredients can lead to significant issues. Products formulated with solvents or excipients are capable of releasing compounds from packaging materials. HPLC with CAD provides a more complete view of the data since the CAD response has less solvent interferences and does not require the presence of chromophores for detection.

    ESA Biosciences
  • A Technological Solution for Combating Counterfeit Drugs

    Compared to other forms of counterfeiting, the production of fake medicines almost certainly has the greatest potential for harming human health. The scale of the problem is immense with, for example, an estimated 2 - 300,000 people die in China each year as the result of counterfeit medicines. This white paper examines the issue of counterfeit drugs, reviewing the various types produced and the nature and range of the damage they cause. The report then focuses on analytical methods for tackling the problem, in particular the use of X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD).

    PANalytical Inc.
  • Final Bulk Inspection of Solid-Dose Pharmaceuticals

    Inspect one million tablets or softgel capsules every hour. Compared to common inspection practices, new optical inspection systems offer lowered labor costs, faster changeovers, greater yield, reduced capital costs and simplified operation. Learn how to select a system that consistently delivers high quality product.

  • Nanoparticles in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

    The paper explores the rapidly expanding role and significant performance advantages of nanoparticles in pharmaceutical applications. It provides an overview of nanoparticle uses in applications including diagnostic products, product packaging and biomarker discovery, as well as an extensive look at nanoparticle use in drug delivery. The paper also describes the ability to create nanoparticles efficiently and economically with media milling.

    NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology, LLC
  • Review of RFID in 2007

    In the build up to the annual IDTechEx RFID USA event in Boston this February and the latest IDTechEx RFID forecasts, Raghu Das reviews RFID progress in 2007.

    Raghu Das
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