Easier pharmaceutical packaging with optimised supply chain
8th October 2021
Pharmaceutical manufacturers face numerous challenges ranging from decreasing batch sizes and increasing item diversity to massive time and cost pressure. These challenges also make the procurement of packaging materials more complex. Packaging specialist Faller Packaging supports its customers in making these processes faster, more efficient and at the same time more sustainable with the help of digitalisation and networking. Users benefit from better forecasts, simpler quality assurance and less work thanks to automated processes.
Increasing customisation and more and more therapy and dosage forms are causing the variety of pharmaceutical industry products and variants to rise rapidly. The demand for medicines and healthcare products is growing, while manufacturers must also bring their new developments to market much faster if they are to gain an advantage over the competition. The digitalisation of the supply chain offers manufacturers great potential, enabling them to meet these challenges.
Production and logistics processes can be made faster, more efficient, more reliable and more sustainable. In concrete terms, this means that users can plan better and more precisely and make quality assurance along the supply chain easier. Automated processes also reduce the analogue effort.
Faller Packaging has a vast wealth of experience in this field. The specialist company for pharmaceutical secondary packaging has tackled the issue of digital supply chain solutions for the industry in depth – and has established a broad product and service portfolio to that end. The company has now published a new white paper to show how the digital transformation of the supply chain works in practice.
In the white paper, readers will learn which technologies and concepts can help to digitally connect all the elements of the supply chain, namely material, product, people and information flows. This results in better understanding and coordination of processes, faster use of information and more efficient scheduling. The result is significant improvements that enable manufacturers to save time and costs in equal measure.