The design of final blister package is crucial to specific product and marketing needs. When designing blister cards, the Pharma Packaging CMOs must keep size, shape, count and configuration in mind. The knowledge and expertise to build the exact tooling to fit your tablet or capsule is essential. Contract Packaging services providers offer customers secondary packaging solutions in a separate area that is dedicated to carding, cartoning and assembly of finished products. Inserts, stickers, tamper resistant seals and labels are all part of the secondary process and are applied according to specifications.
During any pharmaceutical or medical device production lot, a single missing or incorrectly printed label can wreak havoc on the efficiency and quality of your operations. Acquire can eliminate those worries with our inspection and reconciliation solutions.
Medical Device and Pharmaceutical companies always look for a high speed off-line solution to meet all of the label printing demands related to manufacturing. Pharmaceutical companies often have low volume products that cannot justify the investment of a high speed labeller and applicator for each product. In today’s manufacturing market, it can be challenging to find a truly turnkey, robust system for your label printing, inspection, and reconciliation needs. Packaging CMOs have developed Printer and Reconciliation Systems for complete inspection and accountability within label management and labelling processes. Many companies choose the off-line mobile version of the system to meet all of their unique label printing needs, while others select our systems for high speed in-line manufacturing label inspection.
Use of highly robust user interface allows Contract Packaging services providers to not only simplify label printing, inspection, and accountability, but also ensure that specific product information can be uniquely identified for traceability throughout the entire manufacturing process.
Lead times are also essential in the pharmaceutical supply chain. Since packaging is the final step before the final market release, it is clear that a short lead time needs to be guaranteed. Contract Pharma Packaging service providers (contract packers) must provide just-in-time packaging processes for blisters/labels to be printed in-line in various ways, such as calendar print, scattered printing, pocket printing, and 2D barcode.