Pharmaceuticals Serialization Market: Must-have information for Companies to sustain their market footprint

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Pharmaceutical serialization is the tracing and tracking of prescription drugs with the help of the supply chain – from manufacturing to dispensing. This is generally accomplished with the help of automated, electronic means and is legally required in many countries. It involves company practices such as authenticating, recording, sharing and maintaining correct records of items before dispatching. Pharmaceutical serialization uses track and trace technology for the information that is required for a serialization program, which is dependent on local and national laws.

The pharmaceutical serialization market also faces certain challenges. Different standards are prevalent across the borders, due to which problems are faced across international borders. For example, within the EU, member states don’t have serialization standards, but they should implement them. However, countries such as Belgium and Italy already have a ‘pre-serialization’ system in place. That’s why these countries can launch pharmaceutical serialization later. This is expected to hinder the pharmaceuticals serialization market.

Global Pharmaceuticals Serialization Market: Key Players

The global pharmaceuticals serialization market is characterized by the presence of numerous major players. Major players of the pharmaceuticals serialization market compete on the basis of features such as quality and price. Few of the key players operating in the global pharmaceuticals serialization market are Zenith Technologies, UBM, Systech International, Robert Bosch GmbH, ESS Technologies, Axway, TraceLink Inc, Adents International, Antares Vision Srl, Mettler-Toledo International, Inc., and Optel, Vision among others.

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Pharmaceuticals Serialization Market: Research Methodology

The market size for pharmaceuticals serialization id derived on the basis of primary and secondary research. Assessment of the shares of pharmaceutical serialization suppliers based on product type and end use applications is carried out through secondary research and data validation by primary interactions. The scope of the pharmaceutical serialization market is estimated of the basis of the penetration of pharmaceuticals serialization in various end use applications.

Initially, in-depth secondary research is done to gain an idea about the overall market size, top industry players, industry associations, etc. Then, in order to conduct expert industry interviews, a detailed discussion guide is created. After that, a list of industry manufacturers and industry experts are developed. Interviews are then conducted with industry experts and industry players. The data is analyzed to find qualitative and quantitative insights about the industry. Later, industry insights and information are collated in the required format.

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The Asia Pacific region is likely to register a healthy growth rate in the pharmaceutical serialization market during the forecast period. The demand for pharmaceutical serialization in the region is increasing, owing to the fact that the China Food & Drug Administration (CFDA) mandates the use of government-issued serial numbers, which are reported back to a central government database. In addition, even in Europe, the EU’s European Stakeholder Model is based on the European Medicines Verification System (EMVS) where manufacturers upload serialized information to a central institutional hub for verification. Thus, serialization regulations are expected to go a long way toward protecting patients from dangerous counterfeit drugs and life science companies from lost revenues and potentially brand disrupting recalls. This is expected to accelerate the growth of the pharmaceuticals serialization market during the forecast period

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