To safeguard drug supplies, pharmaceutical companies should go beyond simple regulatory compliance by tapping into the transformational and unrealized business value of track-and-trace packaging technology.
It’s probably no surprise that COVID-19 dominated many of our best-read articles related to pharmaceutical and medical packaging in 2020. But sustainability and a rare approval of a new pharmaceutical packaging test method fills out our baker’s...
Packaging Digest dips into its value-vault of trendy content from the past year — pointing out 13 potential routes for packaging peeps looking for sustainability strategies, branding bravados, food fantasies, and more.
InSphero’s InFloat shipper leverages ancient seafaring technology to keep products properly oriented throughout supply chain distribution. The shipper also maintains steady pressure and temperature for cold-chain and air freight shipping.
Fresenius Kabi is embedding packaging for medications commonly used in the operating room with RFID labels. The track-and-trace technology complies with open GS1 global standards and adds an extra layer of patient safety by protecting drug...
New England Biolabs’ new ClimaCell cold-chain shipper maintains a strict temperature-controlled environment to protect the company’s sensitive biological materials, which are sent to life-science researchers across the country.
Automated packaging machines that produce unit-dose or multi-dose pharmaceutical packs enable touch-free service, social distancing capabilities, efficiency, and improved patient adherence — key advantages, especially during a pandemic.