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.
A graphic designer can use a variety of design tools to differentiate products in a line. An easy one is simply changing colors. That’s why this #PackagingFail never should have happened.
Snapsil’s newer focus on the healthcare market leverages the pack’s hygienic and easy-open features for powders, liquids, solid dose tablets, and medical devices.
The “king of usability” says competitive and customer pressure will help medical device manufacturers improve the user’s experience.
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Once vaccines for the COVID-19 virus are approved, the race to market will be hectic. Pharmaceutical companies need to prepare in advance for the upcoming automation requirements of manufacturing and packaging.
Senior, former nurse, and packaging critic Hannah Boulton is mad as hell and not going to put up with badly designed packages anymore. Here’s what she’s doing about it.
Enjoy a full course of popular articles from last month. These packaging design innovations, production ideas, and COVID-19 assistance could prove to be recipes for your success.
Sure. Shippers should be sustainably designed and cost optimized. That often means using the minimum amount of packaging materials. But when it’s crucial for 100% of the products to arrive safely intact, is over-packaging an acceptable given?
Automated package coding solutions, along with code validation systems, play a huge part in ensuring that pharmaceutical production lines are kept error-free and help ensure regulatory compliance.