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7 Logistics Questions to Answer When Updating Your Practices
Some seemingly costly cold chain updates can save millions in products losses, transportation costs and more. On the heels of award-winning and sustainable improvements, Cardinal Health and Sonoco ThermoSafe discuss the opportunities and concepts to consider.
Mar 30th, 2017
Cardinal Health earns recognition for plant-based phase-change materials
Healthcare company earns honors from the Reusable Packaging Assn. for its efforts with Sonoco ThermoSafe that deliver multiple benefits in shipments of refrigerated pharmaceuticals.
Oct 4th, 2016
Coding, printing & labeling
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.
Jun 1st, 2008
Cardinal's Rx pilot results
The results of Cardinal Health’s RFID pilot were presented at the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Integrity conference, which was held in May and was sponsored by The Institute for International Research (www.iirusa.com). We had reported on the pilot last September before the findings were finalized (see www.packworld.com/view-21867).
Transmitted by Rick Lingle
Jul 11th, 2007
Totally contradicting this RFID news
...is an article entitled, 'Two Years In, RFID's Not The Cure.'
May 31st, 2007
California, here they come
The golden state’s ePedigree requirement may force FDA’s hand on the use of radio-frequency identification.
May 7th, 2007
Cardinal Health sells pharma segment
Cardinal Health Inc. (www.cardinal.com) has reached an agreement to sell its Pharmaceutical Technologies and Services (PTS) segment to The Blackstone Group (www.blackstone.com) for about $3.3 billion. With this move, Cardinal Health is exiting the businesses of developing and packaging medication and other products for pharmaceutical and biotech firms
Apr 11th, 2007
How to build an OEM alliance
Packaging machinery manufacturers everywhere are seeking alliances with their machinery-building peers. They feel that by partnering with another OEM, they have a better chance of providing the kind of integrated solution that buyers of packaging machinery are looking for more than ever these days.
Mar 18th, 2007
Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum taking shape
Packaging thought leaders from Johnson & Johnson, Merck, and Schering-Plough will be among the presenters at the Pharmaceutical Packaging Forum 2007, to be held next March 29 at The Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia.
Nov 16th, 2006