The demonstration is for compliance with the oncoming Drug Supply Chain Security Act deadline in November
Adents, provider of serialisation and track-and-trace software solutions, will demonstrate its Seriza serialisation software solution at Pack Expo East Booth #1147, February 27 to March 1 in Philadelphia.
Several of Adents’ ecosystem solution partners, who allow Adents software to be deployed throughout their respective regions, will be co-exhibiting in the Adents booth. These companies include: Thermo Systems, Clarke Engineering Services, Sequence and SNC-Lavalin.
The full implementation of 2013’s Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) will comes in phases and the next milestone for manufacturers is November 27, 2017, by which date pharmaceutical manufacturers are required to print a unique product identification code on all Rx units of sale and homogenous cases distributed domestically.
Adents Seriza comprises two primary tools. At the site level, Adents Supervisor manages and distributes serialised codes. Deployed on a central server at each production site, the module is the key central component of Adents’ serialisation and aggregation suite.
All line configurations are handled at the site level, leading to quicker implementation and scalability while greatly reducing the effort to revalidate lines when changes are made.
At the line level, Adents Pilot drives the printing of unit codes and controls their conformity. The solution directs printing and vision systems, and manages communication with line equipment to deliver a customer’s choice of item-level serialisation, item-to-bundle aggregation, bundle-to-case aggregation, or case-to-pallet aggregation.