Counterfeit goods are big business and they mean lost revenue and taxes. Some fakes, such as alcohol or pharmaceuticals, can have harmful effects. Governments continue to enact legislation for the protection of companies and safety of constituents as well as reduce economic and health implications. Industry stakeholders must comply with local legislation in countries where they do business. Some of these regulations can be complex and they are rarely standardized. Traceability technologies help digitize compliance processes for streamlined reporting without disrupting company operations or the supply of goods.
Life Sciences & Healthcare: Countries around the world continue to put in place regulations to protect patients from adulterated or counterfeit medications.
Food & Beverage: Food safety requires protecting consumers not only from counterfeit ingredients and products but food spoilage and contamination. Countries around the globe are beginning to require traceability to make recalls and verifications easier for governments and consumers alike. Traceability also aids consumers in identifying and being aware of goods that might affect them due to allergies, religious beliefs or other conditions.
Fashion & Retail: Companies fight fake and pirated goods to protect their brands, products, reputations and sales. Governments want to ensure consumers aren’t paying for counterfeit items.
Tobacco: Regulations and standards are different all over the world. Traceability and compliance can be complex when shipping a variety of tobacco products to countries that handle them differently.
Track and Trace Serialization Overview
Common Compliance Challenges
Serializing product at the individual, batch and aggregate levels
Tracing from origin through production to the consumer
Sharing data and reporting compliance with regulatory agencies
Pharma IQ: The Future of Regulatory Compliance and Track and Trace
It is becoming increasingly complex to comply with pharmaceutical regulations around the world. In this webinar learn about the upcoming government regulations such as the US, Brazil, Bahrain, UAE and more.
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How Track & Trace Technology Empowers Recall Management to Protect Brand Legacy
Safety and authenticity have always been fundamental priorities in the food and beverage global marketplace. With track & trace technology, stakeholders have a holistic view of the supply chain, which provides real-time visibility into a product's origin, location and quality.
A Practical Approach to Pharma Serialization in Brazil
Brazil continues to define its pharmaceutical serialization and traceability regulations. The country and pharma stakeholders who manufacture or import in Brazil are in the process of implementing the law through a series of phases with the next big milestone requiring full traceability. In this guide learn how to take a practical approach to comply with the requirements.
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