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  • Ensuring Labeling Accuracy in the Packaging Process (.pdf)
    to these regulations and avoid product recalls, whilst ensuring quality. and improving efficiency. Three specific applications are discussed in this paper: * End of Line barcode system that detects incorrect labels in a food packaging facility. * Machine vision OCR (optical character recognition) system
  • Pack Expo: Packaging machinery shipments enjoy fifth year of growth
    machinery, converting machinery, and packaging materials. Expo attendees will represent food, beverage, and wine; bakery and snack; cosmetics and toiletries; dairy; pharmaceutical, medical, and chemical; candy and confection; raw materials; paper and textiles; electronics; computer hardware/software
  • Efficient use of fluorescent whitening agents
    with three examples from the production of uncoated fine paper where combined use of a unique FWA slurry and special pigment colorants has proved to be highly effective. For liquid and dry food packaging papers and boards, the use of a complete whiteness package is now available. Whiteness
  • The development of an integrated system
    an important resource on the chemicals used in the manufacture of pulp and paper. It now provides information for determining compliance with food packaging regulations and other customer requirements, as well as being a useful tool in the maintenance of the ISO 14000 system. The Hazchem database
  • A Trace-and-Track Future
    Tracking, security and traceability are driving pharmaceutical packaging as they never have before. New packaging machinery and coding technologies promise to improve patient safety, as well as the way that drug companies manage their supply chains. In June, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Medical Device Link . Gas Permeability and Medical Film Products
    For many years, glass, paper, and metal were the dominant primary materials for packaging food, beverages, and medical products. However, over the past several years, high-barrier plastics have increasingly replaced these conventional packaging materials. It has become important to understand
  • Medical Device Link .
    of no more than a visual inspection and whatever seemed the right thing to do,� say experienced package engineers John Spitzley of Medtronic Inc. and Curt Larsen, now with the DuPont Medical and Industrial Packaging Group. Ron Pilchik, an independent consultant since 1978, recalls

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