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SERIALIZATION WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • Customized Coding and Automation Systems For Pharma Compliance

    R+D Custom Automation partners with Domino to brainstorm tailored coding solutions for each challenge created by the development of their client’s custom machines for the life sciences industries.

  • Beyond Item Level Serialization: Extending Traceability Schemes To Secondary And Tertiary Packaging

    Falsified and counterfeit medicines are a chronic problem for the pharmaceutical sector, with a third of all shipments in the worst affected parts of the world estimated to contain fake medicines. Highly portable and often extremely valuable, medicines continue to be a favorite with those determined to fake products or subvert the system for illegitimate gain. Faced with this continued global threat, legislatures around the world are responding by tightening the supply chain to stamp out illicit goods.

  • The Hidden Challenges Of Pharmaceutical Serialization

    The true extent of the counterfeiting is unknown, since no global study has ever been carried out, but according to WHO estimates, up to 15% of all medicines are counterfeit.

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SERIALIZATION PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Pharmaceutical Serialization Coding And Marking Equipment: Drug Quality And Security Act Pharmaceutical Serialization Coding And Marking Equipment: Drug Quality And Security Act

In November of 2013, the Federal government in the United States passed the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) to create a national pharmaceutical serialization and track & trace regulation. This mandates serialized coding on primary and secondary pharmaceutical packaging beginning in 2017, and supersedes all state mandates (including California e-pedigree). Global traceability initiatives, such as the DQSA, are designed to hinder the production and distribution of life-threatening imitation or counterfeit pharmaceuticals. These initiatives can require identification and authenticity features on primary, secondary and tertiary packaging levels typically in the form of unique, non-predictive, serialized and machine readable codes. This level of product identification aims to impair the ability of counterfeiters to successfully replicate pharmaceutical products and packaging.

Continuous Ink Jet Series Printer: Ax550i Continuous Ink Jet Series Printer: Ax550i

This robust and flexible machine delivers high resolution print messages and multiple line codes in even the harshest environments. Its tough and stackable cabinet is made from marine grade stainless steel which is not only dust tight but can withstand powerful water blasting during heavy duty cleaning. It's an innovative printer that, in every sense, truly takes some beating. The highest quality of print is also assured, allowing large amounts of data for high speed, rapid throughput printing. And higher quality codes are optimised for Machine Readable Codes (MRC) and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) systems helping to reduce rejects.

Pharmaceutical Laser Coding And Marking Equipment Pharmaceutical Laser Coding And Marking Equipment

Domino has developed scribing laser coders that can print text, graphics and variable data onto a variety of substrates including plastic, glass, paper and cartons. As there are no inks or fluids used, laser systems are environmentally friendly and very cost-efficient systems for your coding requirements.

High Performance Jet Inks For Pharmaceutical Packaging High Performance Jet Inks For Pharmaceutical Packaging

Domino supplies a comprehensive range of fluids and spares consumables for use in the full range of Domino coders.

Thermal Ink Jet Printers: Pharmaceutical Packaging Thermal Ink Jet Printers: Pharmaceutical Packaging

The G-Series range of Thermal Ink Jet Printers use a HP Type 45A cartridge as the fundamental print engine ideal for pharmaceutical packaging.

D-Series: Pharmaceutical Laser Coding And Marking Systems D-Series: Pharmaceutical Laser Coding And Marking Systems

The D-Series lasers offer a power range of 10W, 30W and 60W lasers to fit all your coding needs for a wide variety of materials, from low to high speed applications, basic to complex codes.

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LIFE SCIENCE WEBINARS

  • Orally Disintegrating Tablet (ODT): A Patient-Centric Dosage Form
    Orally Disintegrating Tablet (ODT): A Patient-Centric Dosage Form

    As compared to IV route, ODT can provide a convenient oral route of administration for proteins, peptides and vaccines. Join experts from Catalent for an overview of the challenges and opportunities in using ODT technology as a patient-centric drug delivery tool and get updates on the new developments in ODT technology including delivery of peptides and vaccines.

  • Challenges And Opportunities In The Development Of Biologic Drugs
    Challenges And Opportunities In The Development Of Biologic Drugs

    With transformational changes in biologics, there are increasingly newer formats of new biologic drugs including bispecific antibodies, antibody drug conjugates and antibody-peptide fusion proteins.

  • Optimize Biologic Drug Development With The Power Of Scientific Informatics
    Optimize Biologic Drug Development With The Power Of Scientific Informatics

    Many organizations in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries have increased their efforts in biotherapeutic drug development to remain competitive by shifting their activities away from small molecule toward biologics drug development.

  • GS1 DataMatrix Barcode Grading Webinar
    GS1 DataMatrix Barcode Grading Webinar

    Recent US and EU serialization mandates have introduced the GS1 DataMatrix barcode symbology into a much wider role in the pharmaceutical supply chain. While linear barcodes have served as identifiers for SKU- and lot-specific information, the more compact GS1 DataMatrix is now being used as the designated carrier for the greater amounts of data needed to authenticate and track each bottle and carton of prescription drug product. As the role of the DataMatrix has expanded, so has the need to read it consistently and reliably throughout the supply chain.

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