Insights On Pharmaceutical Packaging

  1. Cell Therapy Logistics

    Having a sound logistics strategy to ensure that a living drug is delivered to the right patient at the right time, location, and temperature is essential to patient safety and product effectiveness.

  2. An Innovative Solution To Flexibly Meet Unique Primary Packaging Requirements

    A customer enlisted Catalent to support their child-resistant blister packaging requirements for a global Phase III study. A flexible design was created with an integrated blister card that could also support larger study requirements of 1.9 million monthly dosing cards. Through customized commercial blistering equipment a solution was provided that would accommodate the customer’s growing demands for clinical supplies.

  3. Scalable Strategies For Parenteral Dosage Form Selection

    Understand the strategies which can be employed at the different stages of development when choosing parenteral dosage forms.


  4. Pharmaceutical Primary Packaging Strategies

    There are several factors that biopharmaceutical companies should take into account when considering outsourcing primary packaging. This article provides an in-depth look at the benefits of developing packaging strategies as early as possible in the drug development process, how primary packaging should be approached to ensure patient compliance, and different forms of packaging that best protect and improve the stability of a product.

  5. End-to-end Technology Transfer Services In Oral Solids And Sterile

    Technology transfer involves manufacturing drug product with increasing batch sizes on larger equipment or using continuous processing on pilot scale equipment.

  6. A Bridge Over Troubled Water: The Journey To Serialization Compliance

    This regulation from the FDA outlined serialization and traceability requirements spread over the course of 10 years with preparation for each phase accumulating into a potentially high overall price tag.

  7. 3 Reasons Life Science Is Turning To Passive For Cold Chain

    Experience has shown the transition from active shippers to passive shippers is mainly driven by three factors: cost-savings, availability, and ease of use.

  8. Supplier Audits Or Bust: Six Keys To Pharma Audit Success

    Supply chain integrity is necessary to a pharmaceutical company’s success. When dealing with a multitude of suppliers spanning several geographies, manufacturing issues can arise if proper protocols are not in place. Specific challenges include product purity, regulatory compliance, safety, cost containment and quality assurance.

    Audit processes are an integral component of supply chain management. Conducting an effective audit empowers pharmaceutical companies and their suppliers to raise performance levels and strengthen relationships while improving patient-care quality. The mutual benefits of a successful audit include:

    • Supply chain continuity and reliability;
    • Cost reductions;
    • Improved risk management;
    • Global visibility; and,
    • Enhanced customer satisfaction.
  9. Streamlining The Biological Factory: Making A Better CHO Cell For Biopharma Production

    SAFC’s CHOZN® Platform has been developed as a ‘plug and play’ manufacturing system for the creation of biopharmaceutical producing cell lines.

  10. A Unified Approach To Clinical Trials

    A whitepaper describing how a Unified Approach enhances the safety, simplicity and speed of clinical trials.