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Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News, September/October 2015

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40 pmpnews.com • Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging News September/October 2015 Packaging Resource Center Pack ExPo Las VEgas and Pharma ExPo show coverage serialization software A s e r i a l i z a t i o n a n d t r a c k - a n d - trace software provider will intro- duce its Pharma Suite serialization software. Known in Europe, the company recently opened a U.S. ofce in Princeton, NJ, as it contin- ues to make inroads into the North American pharmaceutical sector. The suite is composed of the three segments. According to the com- pany, one area serves as a "gateway to transit serialization data" at the enterprise level, another area man- ages and distributes serialized codes at the site level, and at the line level, the third segment drives the printing of unit codes and controls its confor- mity. The company states the suite can generate unique bar codes and import of serial numbers; perform afliations management for origin identification (bundle, pallet, etc.) and distribute various types of seri- alized code; facilitate and drive the printing of unit bar codes and con- trol its conformity; and perform data centralization and reports process- ing. Adents, Massy, France; +33 1 69 32 11 11; www.adents.com. booth s-7652 blister blends A pharma packaging innovator and researcher, as well as produc- er of rigid films, will be exhibit- ing its new FastPack service and its ECOmply for eco-friendly blister blend. The FastPack service is a process that determines the opti- mum blister film barrier proper- ties for packaging pharmaceutical products. It aims to help packag- ing engineers and formulators of global pharmaceutical companies overcome the time and resource crunch they face when attempting to achieve successful stability stud- ies. The company's ECOmply, an eco-friendly blister blending PVC film that contains a special additive that allows it to be biodegradable, will be on display. The product's eco-friendliness results in PVC- level functionality without PVC- level environmental footprint, the company states. ECOmply breaks down only under anaerobic condi- tions typically found in landfills. Bilcare Research Inc., Delaware City, DE; 302/416-0974; www. bilcaresolutions.com. booth N-815 Pick & Pack station An insert/outsert leaflet folding equip- ment producer for the pharmaceutical market will introduce its new Pick & Pack Station. The machine will replace manual collecting and packing of small products, according to the company. From folding machines, the station will automatically collect a certain number of insert or outsert leaflets, compress them while compressing the leaflets already packed in the tray, and then place them compactly in the tray. When full, the company claims the tray moves to the delivery area, while a new tray moves into place without inter- rupting production. Machine options include fold-quality inspection and glue verification, and the company notes that a model for handling multiple-up small-leaflet production is available. G&K-Vijuk, Elmhurst, IL; 630/530- 2203; www.guk-vijuk.com. booth N-856 thermal image- Driven induction seal inspection A thermal imaging company for the pharmaceutical industry will debut a simplified version of its Induction

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