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Articles by Hallie Forcinio

State-of-the-Art Packaging Machines

Jan 2, 2004

With new features such as servo-controlled operations and modularity, today's packaging machines offer enhanced flexibility, increased uptime, and reduced product waste.

Designing a New Drug Package

Oct 2, 2003

The process of designing a new drug package must follow specific steps to ensure low costs and rapid market approval.

Improved Blister Packaging Benefits Consumers, Caregivers, and Drug Makers

Sep 2, 2003

New blister packaging offers patient compliance aids, child-resistant mechanisms, and space to include brand information.

Interphex Serves as a Showcase for New Materials and Machines

Aug 2, 2003

Interphex provided pharmaceutical manufacturers an opportunity to view the latest packaging materials and machinery.

Preventing Metal Contamination

Jul 2, 2003

Various types of metal detectors on teh market today can be used to protect product quality.

Are you ready for Gen3

Jun 2, 2003

The latest generation of packaging equipment boasts technologies surpassing those of its predecessors while offering ease in operation, maintenance, and integration.

What Can Radio Frequency Identification Do for Pharmaceutical Packaging?

May 2, 2003

Already proven to be a useful tool in other industries, RFID may be the next innovative solution in product tracking and tracing.

Concept Paper Discusses Update of Aspetic Processing Guidelines

Mar 2, 2003

The recently issued FDA concept paper about aseptic processing shows how the current guidelines could be expanded and makes recommendations for alternatives to traditional cleanroom installations such as isolator-equipped aseptic filling lines and blow–fill–seal equipment.

Pack EXPO International 2002 Proves Worth the Trip

Jan 1, 2003

Thousands of exhibitors and vendors showcase their packaging equipment and innovations.

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