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Packaging and Labeling

Packaging

Packaging regulatory requirements for Investigational Medicinal Products and non-IMP products for clinical trials differ from commercial products. IMP provides optimal solutions for designing and manufacturing printed packaging materials and performing labelling and packaging solutions including primary packaging of solid dosage forms, secondary packaging, blinding, cytotoxic secondary packaging, packaging under refrigerated and freezing conditions. Our personnel acquire the expertise for writing, editing, text translation and graphic design per protocol’s pre-defined specifications whilst complying with local and global packaging regulations.

It is vital to ensure that all primary and secondary packaging printed materials such as carton boxes, labels, label adhesives or glues, bottles, vials, low migration inks etc. are eligible for specific use in a clinical trial. Our materials are valid for use for a broad range of temperature conditions.

Labelling

Labelling plays a very important role in the packaging process. Our experienced personnel are up to date with the necessary text for the required regulations for each Investigational Product type.

Rest assured all protocol and regulatory requirements are implemented, when packaging and designing the patient kit.

Packaging and Labeling

Packaging

Packaging regulatory requirements for Investigational Medicinal Products and non-IMP products for clinical trials differ from commercial products. IMP provides optimal solutions for designing and manufacturing printed packaging materials and performing labelling and packaging solutions including primary packaging of solid dosage forms, secondary packaging, blinding, cytotoxic secondary packaging, packaging under refrigerated and freezing conditions. Our personnel acquire the expertise for writing, editing, text translation and graphic design per protocol’s pre-defined specifications whilst complying with local and global packaging regulations.

It is vital to ensure that all primary and secondary packaging printed materials such as carton boxes, labels, label adhesives or glues, bottles, vials, low migration inks etc. are eligible for specific use in a clinical trial. Our materials are valid for use for a broad range of temperature conditions.

 

Labelling

Labelling plays a very important role in the packaging process. Our experienced personnel are up to date with the necessary text for the required regulations for each Investigational Product type.

Rest assured all protocol and regulatory requirements are implemented, when packaging and designing the patient kit.