The aging population is driving manufacturers to develop packaging that is easier to open, while still remaining child-resistant, but this can increase costs and affect sustainability, according to a director.
Companies are failing to protect their products with tamper evidence but the EU falsified medicine directive, plus the ease of implementation, will drive adoption, according to a director at Schreiner ProSecure.
Using intelligent compliance packaging in clinical trials can result in “huge cost savings” and this will ensure demand even during a period of cost-cutting, according to a sales manager at Stora Enso.
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US strategic consultants CourtSquareGroup say that while optimisation of operations is key for the drug industry, companies risk losing the business knowledge required to undertake such action in the scramble to cut costs in the global downturn.
Pall’s Stax single-use depth filter attracted interest from a “number of biotechnology companies” at Interphex, according to director of marketing Ian Sellick who explained how the system can save space, time and money.
Since coming into effect late last year, US Code of Federal Regulations-21 parts 210 and 211 testing rules have been the subject of much confusion in the pharmaceutical industry, according to West Pharmaceutical Services.
The global economic downturn, impending blockbuster patent expiries and the wave of consolidation sweeping the pharmaceutical industry will drive demand for Patheon’s restructuring service according to CEO Wesley Wheeler.