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Pragmatyxs Expands Partnership with NiceLabel

  The Pragmatyxs team has deep experience in the barcode systems and product labeling. In our over 25 years in the business we have consistently maintained an emphasis on enterprise-level requirements and systems integration.  Because of this focus we are excited to be expanding our partnership with NiceLabel. NiceLabel’s next generation labeling software is specifically […]


Pharmaceutical Growth On Record Pace

The Association for packaging and processing technologies, examined the latest trends impacting the pharmaceutical market. Global sales in 2016 have reached a record high for pharmaceutical sales at $1.1 Trillion, with North America alone generating $574 billion. The greatest influence on growth in the pharmaceutical industry is general economic development. As more people can afford […]


Quality Assurance with Traceability

Demand for safe packaging to combat illicit drug market rackets spread across the globe is increasing. The present market is plagued by forged pharmaceutical formulas. The soaring market size of counterfeit drugs is creating a parallel economy in the global market. The emerging threat has a rippling effect on all the stakeholders as well as […]


FDA to kickoff Drug Supply Chain Security Act meeting this month

Counterfeit pharmaceutical drugs is a billion dollar a year industry that has put a dark stain on the healthcare industry as the lack of regulatory standards has put patients lives at risk.  As a result the FDA is trying to reduce and eliminate counterfeit drugs through the DSCSA (Drug Supply Chain Security Act.) Signed by […]


Tips and Tricks: Ensuring clean label accuracy in food manufacturing

Consumers today are more educated on the products they purchase and are very conscious of what is deemed “healthy.”  We have recently seen waves of food manufacturers facing lawsuits over false advertising, especially focused around foods labeled “healthy” and “natural.” Ryan Fournier, an international trade associate for law firm Armstrong Teasdale lists items manufacturers must […]


Globally managing print operations with PXSmartLabel

Managing label and barcode print operations can be a heavy task for any administrator, especially when it comes to controlling operations across the globe. Ensuring that the correct label and the quantities printed are important for supply chain movement and accuracy. A disciplined approach to global label printing that is extended to all of the […]


FDA Ruling to take effect on 10/15/2015

The FDA has recently published the final rule implementing section 708 of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA). The rule provides the FDA  with an administrative process for the destruction of certain drugs refused admission to the United States. Many of these drugs come into the United States via international mail. […]


Avoiding counterfeit parts in electronic manufacturing

When we refer to the word counterfeit in the regulatory industry we commonly associate it with Medical Device and Pharmaceutical manufacturing that can cause adverse affects to human safety. The same can be said in the electronic industry; for example; electronics drive the Aerospace and Defense industries as well as our everyday electronic tools that […]


How Pragmatyxs improved J Crew’s supplier printing

Retailers rely heavily on manufacturing vendors to assist in supplying quality products to their supply chain operations in a timely manner.  Communication between hundreds or even thousands of vendors can be extremely overwhelming and details can be missed.  To operate efficiently it is vital to implement controlled shipping controls in your supply chain that are […]


Potential changes to the GMO Labeling Act

The food labeling industry has continued to discuss whether genetically modified goods should have labeling requirements.  A few states have had bills proposed but none so far have passed; while some manufacturers are marketing all natural products to drive sales others are arguing that there are no health concerns with genetically modified goods. The issue […]