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How will trading partners know which products are grandfathered after Nov. 27?
New this year at PACK EXPO and Healthcare Packaging EXPO, panelists will discuss the unique challenges in reusing transport packaging for pharmaceutical and medical products through healthcare supply chains.
New study identifies lost packages as a key consumer complaint; points to the last mile (even the last yard) in logistics among the most mission-critical areas for shippers to address.
What makes this new draft guidance frustrating is that it was published after drug manufacturers have finished configuring, testing, deploying and validating their serialization solutions in advance of the November deadline.
A new study by PMMI Business Intelligence, “2018 E-Commerce: Think Inside the Box”, encourages all stakeholders to think differently.
Dromo, designed for liquid or semi-viscous products sold through e-commerce channels, will be introduced at PACK EXPO.
For many temperature-controlled pharmaceutical products, temperature and serialization are collected, yet stored in different places. One supplier outlines a method for tracking both in one location.
Aim to allow users to store up to 75% more pallets than selective racking, with forklifts driving directly into the rack.
How will Congress’ recent mandate effect the supply chain, with truckers’ hours electronically tracked? Now’s your chance to comment.
Live from Philadelphia’s Global Cold Chain Forum, a speaker explains how DHL implemented an active container to halt failures and ultimately scale back on container costs.
Pharmaceutical firm employs supply chain serialization/aggregation with automated product track-and-trace abilities.
For climate-controlled air transportation, Opticoolers move precious pharmaceuticals safely by air to intercontinental destinations.
The growth of rented and reusable shipper systems for the global transportation of pharmaceutical payloads was the focus of a Sept. 24 Cool Chain Assn. presentation in Brussels.
Singapore Airlines (SIA)’s THRUCOOL for pharmaceutical and healthcare shipments include priority uplift and handling, quick ramp transfers at airports, cold room facilities and more.
Such design supports the transportation of products for any industry, reconciling the requirements of the end user, the profitability of the producer, and the protection of the planet.
Aiming to get fake drugs off the market, the companies plan to provide multi-factor authentication to ensure consumers receive genuine products.
Some brand owners who received warning letters have 60 days to come up with plans to address teen use of their products. Distribution is also under the microscope.
Recipharm’s three-year serialization program began in January 2016 and involves a 40-million-euro investment.
Allows all supply chain stakeholders to verify, decommission and aggregate serialized products.
FDA, CDC offer information to safeguard foods and drugs—such as insulin—during power outages, flooding, and severe weather conditions.