New facet to Contract Packager’s growing Cold Storage capabilities helps expand service offerings into biopharma sector
Reed-Lane has added a dedicated room for vial and ampule kitting to its cold chain capabilities. Located adjacent to its existing cold chain infrastructure for limited intra-facility travel and product excursion, the space is capable of labeling vials and ampules, then kitting them with other components such as printed literature.
Once products are kitted they are brought to Reed-Lane’s carton serialization suite, which can handle serialization from unit level coding to full pallet aggregation.
Among other benefits, the additional cold chain environment reportedly makes Reed-Lane a more viable player in the packaging of biopharmaceuticals, a burgeoning pharma industry niche.
Maintaining a secure cold chain through the storage, handling and transportation of temperature-sensitive drugs reportedly assures product quality and integrity.
“The new dedicated environment for vial and ampoule kitting showcases Reed-Lane’s commitment to steadily growing our cold chain capabilities,” said Patricia Elvin, president of Reed-Lane. “In combination with our ahead-of-schedule ability to achieve full aggregation for serialized products, this latest infrastructure makes us even more attractive to biopharma companies as well as an expanding set of traditional pharma manufacturers.”
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