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Blood product label inspection & validation for a medical organisation (pdf 393.6KB)
A large national medical organisation wanted to replace its manual-labelling process of blood products with an automated system to reduce the potential for any wastage due to errors and to help ensure that the correct product is used for the patient.
Checkweighing bottled water (pdf 402.3KB)
A well-know water brand wanted to improve its quality-control process for product packed into varying-sized plastic retail bottles, up to 10 litres, which are sold into major supermarkets. Find out what equipment they installed and why.
Date Coding on Dairy Bottles & Shippers (pdf 421.6KB)
A dairy processor wanted a reliable coding method that was versatile enough to code its shelf-ready product as well as shipper cartons, while easily coping with the business’s expansion due to increasing product demand. Download this application summary to find out how Matthews' solution provided an improved process.
Metal detection in baby food (pdf 392.5KB)
After gaining a new contract for packing baby food, a not-for-profit (NFP) contract-packing organisation wanted to upgrade its metal detection to ensure product was free of any accidental ferrous pieces. Find out what technology and solution they went with and why.
Nutraceutical & Pharmaceutical Label Presence Verification System (pdf 503.1KB)
A medium-sized healthcare company wanted to improve its labelling system by automating quality control to ensure no product left its facility without a label. IQ, OQ and PQ documentation and an audit trail were essential.
Reducing the risk of incorrect labelling in fresh produce (pdf 348.9KB)
A processor of fresh, ready-to-eat fresh meals and salads needed to remove the risk of operator error and eliminate waste due to rework and potential recalls resulting from incorrect product labels. Incorrect labelling and packaging had previously caused issues, so to comply with a large retail customer, the processor needed to improve its labelling quality control, and ensure the right product was put into the right package, which was then put into the right carton. They also wanted to improve ...
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