Antares Vision, a global provider of serialization-based track-and-trace products for the pharmaceutical industry, will celebrate its 10-year anniversary on October 18 with a series of presentations, live equipment demonstrations and networking opportunities at its Moorestown, NJ headquarters, which features a dedicated showroom and demonstration space.
The gathering will be a forum to address the potential for improved serialization systems stemming from the DSCSA enforcement postponement. The extra time provides the opportunity for companies to select products customized to their business needs rather than sprint to baseline compliance.
The event’s feature presentation will revolve around maximizing start-to-finish process efficiencies in serialization, including printing, code reading, labeling and software-based data management. Other agenda highlights will include:
- A case study outlining the company’s serialization solution for a large U.S. CMO network
- A discussion on the latest quality control trends in capsule filling
- An overview of the latest regulatory updates
- A discussion on the long-term maintenance and upgrade-ability in light of evolving regulations
- A look at the serialization landscape from the perspective of pharmaceutical wholesalers
The October 18 event also lets visitors see the “real life” version of Antares Vision’s display from PACK EXPO Las Vegas, where it showcased a completely serialized warehouse and distribution center environment, including re-aggregation and shipping. A nod to the upcoming 2023 U.S. mandate for track-and-trace throughout the pharma supply chain, the set-up was based on a similar arrangement currently in place at Moorestown. The facility has increased the company’s warehousing space fourfold, and includes a testing facility capable of conducting multiple factory acceptance tests (FATs) simultaneously.