PRINCETON, N.J. and BREDA, Netherlands, Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Systech International, the pioneer of pharmaceutical
Inno4Life is launching the ISU3
"Both companies have successfully collaborated to support the packaging and serialisation needs of clients across Europe. To rapidly respond to FMD regulatory deadlines, the ISU3 is available with flexible and scalable pre-configured Systech serialisation software," says Alastair Taylor, Director of European Sales at Systech.
The machine introduction is prompted by customer demand to meet FMD deadlines. European governments are enacting complex regulations that place substantial pressure on pharmaceutical manufacturers. "The serialisation of licensed drug products will be a legal requirement for companies in the EU starting in 2019," says Giel van Veen, Business Development Director at Inno4Life.
About Systech International
Systech is the pioneer and world leader in serialization having deployed over 1,600 lines globally -- more than any other serialisation solution. Systech's partner network stands ready to assist companies in meeting their country's regulatory deadline and is a preferred solution provider trusted by the top pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
Inno4Life specializes in complex customer-specific equipment & services projects in the Life Science industries. Knowledge is deeply rooted in the automated pharmaceutical packaging business. Inno4Life offers a complete range of solutions in Equipment & Support, System Integration, System Optimization, and independent Expert Advice.
Contact:Systech InternationalStacey Owens-PerrottaT +1 609 235 [email protected]
Inno4LifeHanka van de MerweM +31 6 26 64 18 [email protected]
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SOURCE Systech International
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