Optimizing the production and packaging of solid pharmaceuticals
Efficient weighing, labelling and serialization
When facing the production and packaging of solid pharmaceuticals are you asking yourself how to ensure a precise weighing, labelling and serialisation process?
Our Webcast on the 23rd of June covers future improvements for the entire production and packaging process of solids. The traceability of a single blister, stick pack, folding box or bottle includes high-precision weighing and provides a reliable product inspection.
In order to manufacture with a high throughput with a stable checkweighing system, maximize the quality of your track and trace system and to learn more on innovative solutions on filling and packaging solid pharmaceuticals, join our Webcast!
Date and times: (two sessions, same content)
- June, 23rd at 9 am (CET)
- June, 23rd at 4 pm (CET)
The benefits of joining our webcast:
Learn more on
- the highly precise weighing of the dosing of capsules.
- the weigh cell variety, in order to meet all of the requirements of system providers and their pharma customers.
- integrated or stand-alone solutions for serialisation and aggregation.
- the changes in the handling of lightweight products, such as stick packs.
- how to easily expand a production process with modular weighing technology.
- the reduction of the total cost of ownership.
- the reliability of weighing and labelling the product at once.
- the integration of weighing technology, a checkweigher or a track and trace system into your existing process.
Offering their expertise on the filling and packaging of solid pharmaceuticals three of our experts will be in attendance. They will be happy to answer any of your questions or queries:
Director Global Sales Weighing Technology
Director Global Sales Checkweigher
Director Global Sales Track & Trace
Future trends for the product control of liquid pharmaceuticals
High-precision weighing, labelling and serialisation
If you are searching for information on liquid pharmaceuticals and its filling and packaging process, take a look at this recording of our latest Webcast!