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How did a contract manufacturer supply 1,000,000 serialized packages for multiple pharmaceutical customers with varying standards and procedures… and within a network of multiple production sites, contract manufacturers, re-packers and other service providers – and all according to the expected EU regulations to centrally register all the unique codes?
Kraus Machinenbau, who produce specialised equipment for printing and packaging industries, have developed the FK Codingline system, which verifies the track/trace codes that must be printed on packaging for food and pharmaceuticals, in line with increasingly stringent international regulations.
Read how an Omron large-sized touch-screen monitor provide an operator interface through which the entire highly technical process of 2D code printing was controlled and checked as part of the pharmaceutical packaging process.