Packaging mistakes: Are you sleepwalking into your next recall?

Attend this webinar to understand how life sciences organizations can safeguard themselves from expensive recalls caused by packaging mistakes.


This FREE webinar was recorded on:
2018-05-15
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

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In some cases, packaging is quite literally a matter of life or death.

This is because it has a direct influence on how patients and physicians will administer a medicine. With patient safety risks standing tall, packaging mistakes are not tolerated by the globe’s regulators.

Many companies still implement manual packaging and label artwork inspections and, as a result, packs are prone to human error. In fact, labelling errors are one of the most common causes of product recalls.

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Recent changes in packaging and labelling are pointing in the direction of process automation, however a huge percentage of companies are not there yet. 

Attend this webinar, led by experts at Esko, to understand how life sciences organizations can better connect packaging with a single source of truth, enhance patient safety and safeguard themselves from expensive recalls caused by packaging mistakes.

Benefits of watching live:

  • 3D visualizations of packaging concepts:  Discover ways to drastically reduce packaging costs and time to market
  • Single source of truth: Make accurate and timely responses to regulatory and market demands in the face of frequently changing packaging.
  • Take control of the conversation: Ask for live instant support on the pain points or barriers you are facing.    

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