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Articles by Hallie Forcinio

Hallie Forcinio

Packaging Forum editor

Hallie Forcinio is Pharmaceutical Technology's Packaging Forum editor, 4708 Morningside Dr., Cleveland, OH 44109, tel. 216.351.5824, fax 216.351.5684.

Articles
Child-Resistant Packaging Meets Regulations and Consumer Needs
November 19, 2014

New child-resistant packaging designs meet regulatory requirements, and consumer research into child-resistant closures continues.

Integrated Systems Hold the Key to Successful Serialization
October 15, 2014

Packaging machines, coding equipment, inspection and data capture systems, material handling, controls, and software must work together in a serialization system.

Packaging Addresses Cold-Chain Requirements
October 2, 2014

Temperature-controlled packaging trends include prequalified systems that simplify adoption, reusable systems that are more sustainable, and new temperature-monitoring technology.

Protecting Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals
September 17, 2014

Use of temperature-controlled packaging is increasing with the growing need for cold-chain protection.

Contract Packagers Expand to Meet Demand
August 20, 2014

Recent packaging expansions include both acquisitions and new equipment and services.

Flexible Packaging Machines Maximize Efficiency
July 16, 2014

Modular design and quick-changeover features help deliver flexibility and maximize return on investment.

Packaging Innovations Abound
June 2, 2014

New packaging concepts and equipment, including systems for vial handling, printing and labeling, and parenteral packaging, were revealed at INTERPHEX 2014.

Packaging Innovations Displayed at INTERPHEX 2014
May 21, 2014

Printing, labeling, aggregation, and inspection equipment meets serialization requirements.

INTERPHEX Features Packaging Innovations
March 17, 2014

Displays will include new products for anticounterfeiting, labeling, and compliance packaging and new equipment for filling, aggregating, and quality control.

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