Traceability, authentication, serialization

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Tamper-evident RFID

It's another sign of the times we live in that authentication technologies, including RFID tags, may themselves need to be made tamper-evident to indicate when they've been messed with.
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Machine Product Brief
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Graphic Packaging Intl.: Graphic Packaging Intl.: Secondary motion servo rotary vacuum placer

Minnesota Automation Products of Graphic Packaging International introduces its new secondary motion servo rotary vacuum placer that offers the versatility to pick lids up to 4" deep and randomly place them onto a continuous motion stream of product for the food industry at speeds to 125 packages/min.
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Secure track-and-trace container debuts

A modular system with user-specified features can secure valuable products through the supply chain.
MICROWAVE CONVENIENCE. An internal steam vent in this stand-up pouch permits self-venting in the microwave oven.
Machine Case Study
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The incredible flexible pouch

Economies of scale drive pouch costs down, while shelf appeal and convenience features deliver on the marketer's need to differentiate.
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Packaging in India: "It's more than packs. It's package engineering."

In India, the retail boom has just started and is catching on rapidly across the east, west, south, and north zones. At the beginning of this decade, organised retailing accounted for a mere $US 2.9 billion, just 1.25% of the estimated total retail market. By 2010, it is estimated to be a $US 33-billion industry. The retail sector in India is expected to grow by 20% each year in the next 10 years.
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Summit introduces Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum 2007

Presenters from Merck, Schering-Plough, and Cardinal Health will help Summit Publishing launch the Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum 2007 (www.packworld.com/ppf), scheduled at the Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia Thursday, March 29, 2007.
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Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum 2007

Presenters from Merck, Schering-Plough, and Cardinal Health will help launch the Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum 2007, scheduled at the Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia Thursday, March 29, 2007.
Machine Case Study
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Pedigree paralysis no more

FDA mandate for secondary wholesalers may help drive RFID into drug distribution chain.
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Considering packaged product security

How does the need to better protect your product impact your packaging design?
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No More Delays For Drug Pedigree Requirement

“While the new pedigree requirements will become effective on December 1, 2006, and RFID is an excellent way to comply with those requirements, FDA is not specifically mandating the use of RFID.”

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