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The recent Pharmapack meeting in Paris provided a great global overview of the latest in pharmaceutical packaging and delivery. This meeting involved not only the traditional tradeshow, but presentations from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as from companies offering packaging and delivery systems.
Three key market trends were observed:
Awareness and anticipation of market and regulatory trends is an important aspect of West’s commitment to safe and efficient delivery of drug products. For more on how West can support, contact an Account Manager or Technical Customer Service (TCS) representative.
Take an in-depth look at the science behind containment & delivery of injectable medicines in the West Knowledge Center.
In 2016, West reached another quality milestone -- <strong>ISO 15378</strong> (<em>Primary Packaging Materials for Medicinal Products</em>) certification for manufacturing facilities in North America. These facilities now join the already-certified facilities in Europe and Asia Pacific regions.<br />
Working at West means being part of a culture of giving and working by the side of the communities where we operate. Our team members are passionate about making a difference and donate considerable time and resources through our corporate giving and volunteer programs. West’s giving strategy focuses on three elements: corporate giving through direct charitable gifts made by West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc., scholarships and matching gifts awarded through the Herman O. West Foundation, an independently managed 501(c)(3) entity and our team member-led giving program, West without Borders*.
Camp Victory, which is located in Millville, Pennsylvania, operates camps for children with special needs and children who live with chronic health disadvantages including spina bifida, autism and cancer. In 2007, West donated the funding and manpower needed to build a wheel-chair accessible tree house and has maintained an affiliation with the camp ever since. So when Camp Victory sent out a call for fundraising as part of its 2013 Corporate Sponsorship Program, West was pleased to become a Corporate Partner with a donation of $25,000.
Are you challenged with managing change as it relates to a drug substance, drug product or drug/device combination product? You are not alone!
Ophthalmic drug products (ODPs) present a special challenge for the measurement of extractables and leachables (E&L) due to the presence of multiple leachables sources. ODPs typically are packaged in labelled, semipermeable polymer (e.g., low density polyethylene) containers (i.e., primary container) and stored in cardboard containers (i.e., secondary container) along with instructions for use. The polymer, label, cardboard and paper are all possible sources of leachables.