Delivering on Serialisation

The European parliament finally published the delegated acts in February of this year, allowing producers 3 years to become compliant with the regulations. The addition of a unique code on the carton coupled with an anti-tamper device on the carton itself is a positive move by European Authorities to protect the consumer from counterfeit products entering the supply chain. The law states that the regulation will now enter into force on February 9, 2019.

Introducing The Sencorp 12-APS And The 12-APM Sealing Systems For Medical Pouches

We’re only a few weeks into the new year and already I have a great feeling about what lies ahead. SencorpWhite is continuing its solid tradition of mixing old-fashioned customer service and know-how with cutting-edge solutions to keep our customers a step ahead of their competition. And to prove it, next month we’ll be at the 2016 Medical Design & Manufacturing West Expo in Anaheim to introduce not one, but two, brand new sealing systems for medical packages.


McKesson Communicates Serialization & Aggregation Expectations to Suppliers

In a letter this week to its suppliers, McKesson—the largest pharmaceutical distributor in the United States—addressed their expectations relating to Title II of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). The company’s position is clear: manufacturers and suppliers will be required to serialize materials using GS1 standards, namely: aggregating product from item level to pack/bundle (if applicable); pack/bundle to case level, and case level to pallet level (using the GTIN and SSCC label formats).