Packaging standards are growing in complexity as manufacturers serve an increasingly global customer base, and serialization requirements continue to be deployed across a number of countries.
Life sciences packaging needs have driven innovation in the coding and marking industry in the recent past and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Over the last decade, manufacturing needs for high resolution printing, serialization and printer cleanliness have fueled continued development of existing printing equipment and the introduction of new print technologies. As a result, packaging engineers and managers now have several printing technologies to choose from to meet their needs.
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