HILLSBOROUGH, N.J., Dec. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vantage Consulting Group, a trusted manufacturing automation expert,
"The DSCSA will make pharmaceuticals safer for consumers, but complying with the act has been a very intense and expensive undertaking for the industry," said John Jordon, vice president, Business Strategies, Vantage Consulting Group. "With the upcoming packaging-based deadlines, we hope the synopsis unveiled in this paper will help companies understand what needs to be done, when and how it is documented."
The paper, which can be downloaded at https://www.vantage-cg.com/professional-development-series/, outlines trading partner requirements under grandfathering for manufacturers, distributors, dispensers and re-packagers. It also features guidance on product implications and saleable returns.
About Vantage Consulting GroupVantage Consulting Group is a focused manufacturing solutions provider helping pharmaceutical and food companies deliver safer, higher quality products. It solves complex manufacturing automation problems ? including vision inspection, serialization and packaging ? by providing end-to-end expertise that spans strategic guidance, design, implementation and validation. Capital projects are consistently delivered more effectively, quickly and at less cost because of the company's deep industry expertise and proven methodology. Headquartered in Hillsborough, NJ, Vantage also operates centers of excellence in Berlin, Germany and San Juan, Puerto Rico. For more information, please visit www.vantage-cg.com.
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