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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • The Impact Of Serialization Requirements On Packaging Operations
    The Impact Of Serialization Requirements On Packaging Operations

    The November 2017 deadline for including unique product identifiers on prescription drugs is putting a strain on multiple parts of the industry, much of which is ill-prepared to meet the target. Here, we look to the experience of a company that is ahead of the curve for lessons on how to manage and ease the transition to serialization.

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WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • Vaccine Manufacturer Installs Vial Filling Lines To Align With Pharmaceutical Capacity Needs
    Vaccine Manufacturer Installs Vial Filling Lines To Align With Pharmaceutical Capacity Needs

    The Indian vaccine manufacturer Serum Institute of India has a vision – to continually increase the production of affordable, high-quality vaccines. The founder and owner Dr. Cyrus S. Poonawalla believes that every child in the world should be granted access to inexpensive bacterial and viral vaccines against Tetanus, Influenza or MMR (mumps, measles and rubella), to name just a few.

  • Security Of Pharmaceuticals: A Comparison Of EU And US Standards
    Security Of Pharmaceuticals: A Comparison Of EU And US Standards

    With 840 million inhabitants, and two-thirds of global pharmaceutical sales, the US and Europe are also a lucrative target for drug crime. New sales channels such as the internet as well as global and more complex manufacturing and distribution channels make it increasingly easier for pharmaceutical counterfeiters to market counterfeits directly or to infiltrate the supply chain.

  • Gain Greater Flexibility In Pharma Packaging
    Gain Greater Flexibility In Pharma Packaging

    In numerous pharma compa­nies, the following problem is being posed: shrinking lot sizes are constantly worsening the ratio of packaging system set-up time to running time. By Dr. Ralph Blum, Mediseal GmbH, Schloss Holte

  • Late Stage Customization For Small Lots Of Blister Packaging
    Late Stage Customization For Small Lots Of Blister Packaging

    Two years ago, Elaiapharm undertook the packaging of an important new solid dose product (Cipralex, an antidepressant) to be launched across a large number of international markets. The product itself is an ODT – orally dispersible tablet – formulation packed in child resistant cold form blisters.

  • Autoclavable PP Blisters With Filled Disposable Syringes
    Autoclavable PP Blisters With Filled Disposable Syringes

    At the end of the packaging process, the packaged syringes should meet the requirements for sterile devices in the operating room. Therefore, the finished blisters are autoclaved at 121 °C (2 bar) for 15 minutes. Only minimal deformation of the blisters is tolerated, so that the syringes can be used in the operating room without problems after this thermal treatment.

  • 2 Sachet Machines Connected To 1 Cartoner
    2 Sachet Machines Connected To 1 Cartoner

    Volumetric feeding by means of a flowmeter, a method that has become established at Pharmatis, was also implemented in this project; the configuration was taken over by the Mediseal HMI. The feeding system is highly flexible and can be adapted to a wide range of products.

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Pharmaceutical Containment Systems And Equipment  Pharmaceutical Containment Systems And Equipment

For cost-effective implementation of containment requirements Mediseal relies on fast, optimal cleaning of pharmaceutical equipment.

Pharmaceutical Packaging for Small Lot Sizes Pharmaceutical Packaging for Small Lot Sizes

The trend towards small lot sizes has negative effects for the pharmaceutical industry. Up to 30% losses in terms of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) are not a rarity.

Blister Packaging Equipment for Parenterals Blister Packaging Equipment for Parenterals

The versatility of Mediseal's deep-draw blister machines enables flexible, safe and economical packing of challenging and high-quality parenterals.

Mediseal Cartoner Machines Mediseal Cartoner Machines

For all its primary packaging machines Mediseal offers perfectly matched cartoning machines which have been developed for the special requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. The flexible, servo-motor driven P1600 and P3200 cartoning machines make it possible to extend a blister machine, a deep-draw blister machine, a sachet machine or a stickpack machine into a high-performance line. As general-purpose cartoning machines, they handle packaging of vials.

Mediseal Sachet Machines Mediseal Sachet Machines

Decades of experience in the production of sachet packaging machines combines with dosing systems of our own design for demonstrably high dosing accuracies. Mediseal's vertical sachet machines are intended for packaging your high-quality pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.

Dividella Toploading Cartoners Dividella Toploading Cartoners

For over three decades Dividella finds solutions for secure and flexible packaging of pharmaceutical products. Our patented top-loading method forms the basis for solutions to keep evolving and are characterized by sustainable, patient-friendly and environmentally conscious concepts.

Mediseal Deep-Draw Machines Mediseal Deep-Draw Machines

New methods of administering pharmaceutical products demand creativity and flexibility – in both production and packaging. Our deep-draw machines, which are modular in design, achieve an ideal combination of quality, flexibility and performance. Syringes, vials, pens, auto-injectors, special or combination packs and high-quality parenterals can be packaged safely on the CP2, CP3 and the CP500 series, with excellent product protection. With our many years of know-how, we adapt our solutions in every case to optimally match your packaging requirement.

Mediseal Blister Machines Mediseal Blister Machines

Short production times, flexible solutions and the best quality are daily requirements in the competitive environment of the international pharmaceutical industry. The consistent modular design of our blister machines enables machines to be tailored flexibly to your needs. Modular construction means clear separation of zones and optimal accessibility to the different areas. Even difficult materials can be processed reliably and in accordance with GMP standards. Several hundred machines world-wide testify to this successful approach.

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