Etipack to Integrate Systech's UniSolve Software in Its Labeling Hardware
PRINCETON, NJ: Systech International announced that its ‘UniSolve’ serialization software will be available as an integrated solution with Etipack’s labeling hardware. The announcement leverages Systech’s UniSolve Partner Ecosystem which offers OEMs of industry standards with pre-installed UniSolve software.
“Systech provides a serialization solution from level 1 to level 5. A number of our customers have already integrated Systech’s software onto our labeling systems with great success, so it made perfect sense to meet that growing demand by offering a fully integrated solution,” said Riccardo A. de Ferrari, Export Sales Director, Etipack.
Systech is well known for providing technologies helping brands to protect and add trace capabilities for their products in supply chain. With cost effective serialization software, Systech helps medicines companies and packagers to keep pace with global regulations. As a result, companies find it really cost effective and disruptive solutions for supply chain. Systech help manufacturers uniquely identify, track, and satisfy a pedigree requirement to curb counterfeit issues.
“We continue to work closely with our partners to develop innovative serialization and track-and-trace solutions that meet customer needs. Contract manufacturers and packagers fill an expanding role in the supply of drugs in most global markets as pharma and consumer product companies outsource the manufacture and packaging steps of an increasing percentage of their product portfolio.” says Manfred Voglmaier, Senior Sales Director EME, Systech.
Etipack caters pharmaceutical companies with labeling, direct printing, and print applications for vials, ampoules, formed and flat cartons since 1978. It also provides traceability services with adherence to global rules and secures the products.
“Our experience with Etipack on a variety of prior projects made the integration and design effort quick and simple. Our combined products offered as a single, turnkey solution reduces implementation costs and compresses deployment times for our customers, specifically in the resource constrained mid-market,” Voglmaier further added.
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