The two ZED automated presses improve the accuracy with which blister strips are inserted into clinical trial wallet cards.
The Northern Ireland-headquartered CMO said that the approach offers significant time savings over the traditional rotary press insertion method.
Almac’s Global VP of Business Development Martin Lamb said “These lines are ideal for larger Phase III trials that can require higher volumes of wallet cards.
“Also product pooling and using supplies across multiple protocols can drive card quantities past the traditional smaller volumes required for clinical supply. This allows us to provide the client with the right option for their study. ”