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Packaging Process


As per available reports about 18 relevant journals, 20 Conferences, 28 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Packaging Process and about 5412articles are being published on Packaging Process

Packaging can be defined as an economical means of providing presentation, protection, identification information, containment, convenience and compliance for a product during storage, carriage, display and until the product is consumed. Packaging must provide protection against climatic conditions biological, physical and chemical hazards and must be economical. The package must ensure adequate stability of the product throughout the shelf life. It is enlisted in Good manufacturing practices, Market surveillance of industrial pharmacy, Current GMP Guidelines, Quality ControlCurrent Regulations and Quality Standards, Healthcare pharmacy

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Scope and Importance:

The external image of the package must not only compliment product confidence, but provide clear and concise product identification and other features included arePackage should provide adequate information related to the contents including legal requirements, route of administration, storage conditions, batch number, expiry date, manufactures name and address and product license number. Package should assist in patient compliance.Package should preferably have an aesthetically acceptable design. The primary packaging consist of those packaging components which have a direct contact with the product (i.e. bottle, cap, cap liner, label etc). The main functions of the primary package are to contain and to restrict any chemical, climatic or biological or occasionally mechanical hazards that may cause or lead to product deterioration. Packaging must also function as a means of drug administrations. 

Packaging can be defined as an economical means of providing presentation, protection, identification information, containment, convenience and compliance for a product during storage, carriage, display and until the product is consumed. Packaging must provide protection against climatic conditions biological, physical and chemical hazards and must be economical. The package must ensure adequate stability of the product throughout the shelf life.

The external image of the package must not only compliment product confidence, but provide clear and concise product identification and other features included are:

Package should provide adequate information related to the contents including legal requirements, route of administration, storage conditions, batch number, expiry date, manufactures name and address and product license number.

Package should assist in patient compliance.

Package should preferably have an aesthetically acceptable design.

The primary packaging consist of those packaging components which have a direct contact with the product (i.e. bottle, cap, cap liner, label etc). The main functions of the primary package are to contain and to restrict any chemical, climatic or biological or occasionally mechanical hazards that may cause or lead to product deterioration. Packaging must also function as a means of drug administrations. Factor influencing the choice of package:

It is essential to have a survey about the market, the distribution system, manufacturing facilities and other considerations before selecting the packaging material.

The product:

The physical and chemical characteristics of the drug entity, the excipients, the formulation, route of deterioration of the product, type of patient (baby, child, teenager, adult, elderly, infants etc) must be considered while dealing with the pharmaceutical product. Apart from the properties of drug, package style to attract patient and other legal requirements should also be considered during selection.

The market:

The channel of sale should be considered, i.e. where, when, how and by whom it is to be used or administered (e.g. doctor, dentist, nurse, patients etc), whether for home trade and/ or export. The quantity per package and follow up sale must all be carefully considered during package design and selection.

Manufacturing facilities:

The stability of the manufacturing facilities should be considered due to new package, increased sale, improvements in Good Manufacturing Practice, revised product, new product etc.

Function of packaging:

The various functions of packaging are:

  • Protective function
  • Storage function
  • Loading & Transport functions
  • Identification

Tamper resistant packaging:

The requirement for tamper –resistant packaging is now one of the major consideration in the development of packaging for pharmaceutical products As defined by the FDA "a tamper –resistant package is one having an indicator or barrier to entry which, if breached or trussing ,can reasonably be expected to provide visible evidence to consumers that tampering has occurred tamper –resistant packaging may involve immediate –container /closure systems or secondary –container /carton systems or any combination thereof intended to provide a visual indication of package integrity when handled in a reasonable manner during manufacture ,distribution ,and retail display ".

The following package configuration have been identified by the FDA as examples of packaging systems that are capable of meeting the requirements of tamper-resistant packaging as defined by FDA regulation

  • Film wrappers
  • Blister package
  • Strip package
  • Bubble pack
  • Shrink seal and bands

Foil paper or plastic pouches

  • Bottle seals
  • Tape seals
  • Breakable caps
  • Sealed tubes
  • Aerosol containers
  • Sealed cartoon

Market Analysis:

The global market for organic light emitting diodes (OLED) was about $2.1 billion and $2.5 billion in 2013 and 2014, respectively. This market is expected to reach nearly $3.1 billion in 2015 and $9.6 billion in 2020, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.7% for the period 2015-2020.

International symposium and workshops

  • Advanced Packaging Materials: Processes, Properties and Interfaces,
  •  Recent Developments in Medical Biotechnology and Structure-Based Drug Designing, December 06 - 07, 2015

List of Best International Conferences:

  1. Industrial Pharmacy Conference April 11-12, 2016 Dubai, UAE
  2. Drug Formulation and Bioavailability Congress June 6-8, 2016 Beijing, China
  3. 4th Pharma Congress June 13-15, 2016 Berlin, Germany
  4. Pharma Expo June 20-22,2016 New Orleans, USA
  5. 7th Pharma ConferenceJune 20-22, 2016 New Orleans, USA
  6. Pharmaceutical Conference and Expo October 08-10, 2015 New Delhi, India
  7. Pharma Expo July 14-16, 2016 Kualalumpur, Malaysia
  8. 6th  Pharma Congress July 14-16, 2016 Kualalumpur, Malaysia
  9. Pharma Expo August 29-31, 2016 Sao Paulo, Brazil
  10. 2nd Pharma Middle East Congress October 12-14, 2016 Dubai, UAE
  11. Pharma Marketing Conference November 17-19, 2016 Alicante, Spain
  12. 2nd Parenterals and Injectables Conference October 24-26, 2016 Istanbul, Turkey
  13. 5th Pharmacists Annual Meeting July 11-13, 2016 Brisbane, Australia
  14. 4th GMPGCP  and Quality Control ConferenceOctober 26-28, 2015 Hyderabad, India
  15. Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling Summit, 22 - 23 June, 2016 - UK
  16. 2nd Annual Medical Device and Diagnostic Labeling Conference, 9th – 10th September, 2015, Berlin, Germany
  17. Pharma Packaging and Labeling, 24th – 25th February 2016, Philadelphia, USA
  18. Pharma Packaging and Labeling, 24th – 25th February 2016, Philadelphia, USA
  19. Global Packaging Summit January 25-26, 2016, Belgium
  20. American Packaging Summit April 18-19, 2016, Chicago
  21. Label Expo, EUROPE 2015, 29 September - 2 October
  22. Label Expo, ASIA 1 - 4 December, 2015 China
  23. Label Summit 26 - 27 April, 2015, Las Vegas, USA
  24. Label Expo, 13 - 15 September, 2016, Chicago, USA
  25. Label Expo, 17 - 20 November, Noida, India
  26. PhillyPack, October 7-8, 2015, Philadelphia, PA
  27. TexasPack, October 13-14, 2015, Houston, TX

Relevant Society and Associations

  • Generic Pharmaceutical Association
  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • The American Medical Association (AMA)
  • The American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA)
  • American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
  • International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations
  • American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists 
  • American Chemical Society 
  • Brazilian Packaging Association
  • The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies
  • Paperboard Packaging Council
  • World Packaging Organisation
  • Packaging Association of Canada
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association

Companies

  • Pfizer  
  • Novartis         
  • Merck 
  • Sanofi 
  • GlaxoSmithKline       
  • AstraZeneca   
  • Johnson & Johnson    
  • Abbott Laboratories   
  • Eli Lilly & Co.           
  • Teva

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This page was last updated on 14th Sep, 2015

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