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Label-Aire: High-speed p-s labeler

The new Label-Aire® Model 311 HS from Label-Aire uses high-speed, air-blow, p-s technology to label 1,000 products/min.
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ESS Technologies: Robotic palletizer cell

ESS Technologies M-16iC robotic mini palletizer cell incorporates a Fanuc M-16iC robot to create single-pallet, dual-pallet, and multiple-pallet cell configurations.
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Krones, Inc: Autonomous fill-level monitoring

The new Checkmat 753 HF from Krones is a stand-alone solution that uses high-frequency measurements to detect with reliable accuracy whether a bottle’s fill level is too high or too low.
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Packaging: the new enabler

Our PTIS group of packaging thought leaders from across the value chain and across packaging functions is happy to be contributing to Packaging World on a regular basis.
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Catalent expert addresses turnkey serialization

Catalent Pharma Solution’s Akan Oton provides a contract manufacturer/packager’s perspective on serialization, authentication, and track-and-trace technologies in pharmaceutical distribution.
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Beating the e-Pedigree deadline

The January 2009 e-Pedigree deadline set by California may have been pushed back two years, but that didn’t stop Biogen Idec from forging ahead with a solution.
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Plastic suppliers enhance performance characteristics of PLA

Ingeo™ polymer produced by NatureWorks LLC (www.natureworksllc.com) is one of the most discussed biopolymers on the market today.
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RFID proves fruitful for produce tracking in Europe

An RFID tracing system for organic fruit and vegetables distributor/wholesaler Alterbio France is the first of its kind in the industry.
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Does new bill hold future of FDA?

If you look at this stuff, about all you can say is, ‘Oh, man.’
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Custom-designed conveyor ambidexterity

Toll Packaging Group, Gibson City, IL, is a contract packer that provides services for manufacturers of a variety of food products for both humans and pets.
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Experts analyze medical device packaging market

Global packaging standards, 11607 packaging compliance, accelerated aging, package failure analyses, and tips for working with consultants were among the key discussion points at the recent MD&M (Medical Design & Manufacturing) West Conference.
Direct print brings direct benefits to bag coding
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Direct print brings direct benefits to bag coding

Large-format thermal-transfer coding system shown is similar to the system used by Galloway Co., Neenah, WI, supplied by Norwood Marking Systems/Allen Coding (www.itwnorwood.com).
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Lexar leverages RFID

Lexar Media, Fremont, CA, which has been involved in RFID for three years, shows that RFID is more than a slap-and-ship compliance for Wal-Mart.
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CA e-pedigree law delayed

To no one’s great surprise, the California Board of Pharmacy voted March 25 to postpone until 2011 a law requiring that prescription drugs be electronically tracked from the time they leave the manufacturer to the time they reach the pharmacy.
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Company makes a 'bee' line for flexible honey packing

Honey producer Golden Heritage Foods adds a full bottling line for Bee Movie-themed bottle. The versatile line accommodates container sizes from 2 oz to 1 gal.

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