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Articles by Hallie Forcinio

Particulate-Free Pallets

Sep 2, 2004

Particulate generation and durability concerns are encouraging pharmaceutical manufacturers to seek alternatives to wood pallets.

Interphex Delivers Packaging Solutions

Aug 2, 2004

This month's column highlights some of the latest innovations in packaging seen at this year's Interphex conference.

Research Tips To Find Packaging Facts Fast

Jun 2, 2004

Comprehensive Web sites, journals, and other sources help pharmaceutical makers find packaging-related data quickly and easily.

Prepare for Bar Coding

May 2, 2004

Drug makers and their suppliers will need good planning and organization to meet the new bar coding requirements for drug products used in hospitals.

Packaging Helps Protect Temperature-Sensitive Products

Mar 2, 2004

Protecting a product from temperature abuse is gaining importance as regulators seek proof of product stability throughout the distribution process.

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.

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