Monthly Archives: May 2012

Excellent Packaging Artwork Capabilities 5 – The core artwork process

As we have discussed in earlier articles, creating correct artwork is an activity that requires many groups to act together in an orchestrated way to deliver a successful result, on time. The way of ensuring that these people act together … Continue reading

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Managing Serialisation 4 – The Basics and Track & Trace

In the last article we talked about publishing serialisation information and the simplest of serialisation models, Authentication. In this article we will discuss arguably the most complex serialisation model, Track and Trace. Track & Trace Track and trace legislative models … Continue reading

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Excellent Packaging Artwork Capabilities 4 – Service Culture

The development of packaging labelling and artwork involves many different groups across the company and, more often than not, external service providers and supply-chain partners. As we have already discussed, the creation of artwork requires many elements of information to … Continue reading

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Excellent Packaging Artwork Capabilities 3 – The Causes of Errors

In the last article we talked about the consequences of errors. In this article we will talk about some of the ways these errors occur, prior to discussing how to avoid them. Causes of artwork errors We have divided the … Continue reading

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Managing Serialisation 3 – The Basics and Authentication

In the last article we talked about unique identification and getting the unique identification onto the product or shipping unit. In this article we will discuss publishing the related serialisation information and one of the common serialisation models, Authentication. Product … Continue reading

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