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Welcome to the January 2016 IoPP Spotlight on Contract Packaging
JANUARY 11, 2016
First Serialization Roundtable for CMOs held
A first-of-its-kind serialization roundtable was held recently in Philadelphia and imparted critical advice to 100 attendees representing 65 Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs). Such wisdom is needed because while most pharmaceutical manufacturers are aware of the basic serialization timelines and expectations, the lines between contract service providers and their pharma customers are blurred in terms of financial and data management responsibilities. (Provided courtesy of Healthcare Packaging magazine)
How a contract packager solved a beverage company’s labeling challenge
Fuze Beverage, owned by The Coca-Cola Company, found itself stuck with more than one million 12-oz. cans of its carbonated NOS brand energy drink in storage. The product couldn’t be sold as-is because it was out of compliance with updated nutritional labeling regulations. Find out how the beverage company solved its problem with the help of contract packaging.
Sign up for the free Jan. 14 IoPP webinar
Hosted jointly by IoPP and the Contract Packaging Association, a representative from Impact Fulfillment Services will present the webinar “Speaking to Special Pack Innovation,” which is tied closely with kit packaging for a variety of products, from painting supplies at home centers to personal care items. The webinar will be at 10 a.m. Central Jan. 14.
Meet contract packagers at industry’s annual meeting
Need help with contract packaging services? One excellent place to do your research is at the Contract Packaging Association’s annual meeting, which will be Feb. 25-28, 2016 at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
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