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Labelling: Clarity and Compliance

The legislation surrounding the clear and accurate labelling of pharmaceuticals, and the inclusion, where appropriate, of accompanying instruction leaflets, is becoming increasingly stringent. As a consequence, in addition to having to include mandatory information on medicinal products, pharmaceutical manufacturers and packaging companies are now required to ensure that this information is legible, easy to understand, and indelible. In order to achieve this using conventional printing technology, considerable time, money and resources can be required, leading these companies to look for a simpler and more cost-effective alternative.

Thankfully, a new generation of easy to operate and cost-effective printing equipment has been developed in response to these requirements, enabling the standards to be met with minimal expenditure and stress. Furthermore, these latest printers provide a sustainable solution, able to cater for evolving regulations and standards in order that they can continue to meet user requirements in the long term.

STRINGENT REGULATIONS

OEMs and packaging companies must now comply with the European Parliament Directive 2001/83/EC, which provides a number of guidelines concerning labelling pharmaceuticals and providing supporting documentation...

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Mark Beauchamp is European Marketing Manager for Citizen Systems Europe. With over 18 years’ experience at the company and a wealth of technical knowledge, he is adept at helping channel partners and endusers alike to understand the latest printing technology. Beginning his career in the marketing team, Mark then moved into technical support where he provided distributor support across the European network. In addition to working with Citizen’s clients across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, he is actively involved in product development. Mark is Chairman of AIM UK, the British chapter of the Auto-ID manufacturers’ association.
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