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The new GKF 2600 features output of up to 156,000 capsules/hr.
Machine Product Brief
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Bosch Packaging Technology: Capsule filling machine

The new GKF 2600 features output of up to 156,000 capsules/hr.
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63 PROCURVE
Materials Product Brief
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PROCAP: Tamper-evident closure

63 PROCURVE provides an easy-to-open closure for a wide range of agro chemical containers, using an innovative closure design in combination with a standard disk foam liner.
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Packaging, labeling play role in lawsuits

Plaintiffs file lawsuits alleging misleading labeling and packaging for Pfizer’s Advil and KAO USA’s Ban products.
Rockwell Automation: MES software
Controls Product Brief
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Rockwell Automation: MES software

PharmaSuite MES Software is a single track-and-trace system for batch and discrete production.
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FDA approves Sandoz's first generic version of popular MS treatment

It was developed in collaboration with Momenta and produced entirely in the U.S.
Ready meals benefit from in-pack microwave pasteurization.
Package Case Study
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Ready meals launched in Japan

Konan Foods Co., Ltd, a food producer in Kochi, Japan, has launched a new line of ready meals whose refrigerated shelf life is extended thanks to in-pack microwave pasteurization.
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High-recycled content can for GA microbrewery

Microbrewery embraces aluminum can with at least 90% recycled content for its craft beers, citing the can’s sustainability benefits for the brewery and for the community.
AIMCAL Product of the Year
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Golf ball package hits a hole in one

Packaging for Titleist golf balls is awarded AIMCAL’s Product of the Year for its transfer-metallized sleeves and cartons, which offer an ‘almost a 3D effect.’
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Biosimilar naming system comes under fire

Industry groups, drug companies criticize proposals citing usability issues.
Projecting growth for the antimicrobial plastic market
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Projecting growth for the antimicrobial plastic market

Packaging and healthcare applications to help drive demand for these products, with MarketsandMarkets forecasting their worth to reach $3.6 Billion by 2020.
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Meet the world's smallest pacemaker

This new device from Medtronic is less than one-tenth the size of a conventional pacemaker and is placed directly in the heart.
Package Case Study
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All-natural cocktail mixers adopt aseptic carton packaging

‘A revolution for the cocktail mixer category,’ according to Powell & Mahoney, a new aseptic carton for the company’s products preserves the mixers’ clean, authentic flavor.
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NIH funding research into "serious global health threat"

The National Institutes of Health awarded more than $11 million in first-year funding for nine research projects studying antimicrobial resistance diagnostics.
Specialty pharmacies, says at least one group, represent the fastest-growing segment of the pharmaceutical market.
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Promising future for specialty pharmacies

Taking a quick look at the market and the challenges in what at least one group says represents the fastest-growing segment of the pharmaceutical market.
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FDA confirms generic drug ownership change

The company who took ownership, also successfully manufactured first batch of unique tablets.
World demand for caps and closures is projected to increase 5.6% per year to $58 billion in 2019 according to Freedonia.
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What’s behind rising cap and closure demand?

Freedonia report cites global market gains, more sophisticated closures for pharmaceutical and beauty products.
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Fast-tracking medical devices through the FDA

Starting April 14, the new program will help manufacturers of devices for life-threatening, or irreversibly debilitating, conditions get approval faster.
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Is lack of standardized medical device labeling harming patients?

The FDA is studying if they should require standardized medical device labeling.

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