Latest Traceability Stories

2012-03-01 08:00:00

TraceLink's E-Pedigree has now protected over 2 billion pharmaceutical products from counterfeiting and diversion since its release in 2006. New Life Science customers such as KLE 2 Inc. join over 50 companies who rely on E-Pedigree to help them safeguard patient safety from threats such as the recent Avastin counterfeiting issue, secure nationwide regulatory compliance and ensure drug product availability. Woburn, MA (PRWEB) March 01, 2012 TraceLink, Inc., developer of the TraceLink...

2012-02-15 20:20:00

TraceLink announces its new Pharmaceutical Track and Trace solutions designed to secure drug products against counterfeiting and diversion threats such as the recent Avastin incident. Combining drug traceability, secure chain of custody, mobile/enterprise drug authentication and serialization/EPCIS event management, TraceLink Track and Trace helps companies across the Life Sciences supply chain ensure product security, protect patient safety and maintain regulatory compliance. Woburn, MA...

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