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Pharma by Webpackaging®
Issue #5, Autumn/Winter 2016

ADVERTISING

International: Elias Bittan
UK & Ireland: Michael Webber
US & Canada: Aaron Scherer
Italy: Valentina Rizzi
France: Marine Silarbi
Asia: Sophie Tu

EDITORIAL

Editing & writing: Frank Robledano
Writing & proofing: Jo Webb

DEVELOPMENT

Code & layout: Carlos Orbea, Miguel Fernandez
Design & graphics: Alejandro Muñoz

Published by:
Webpac Digital Media Group
http://www.webpac.com
Europe: +44 207 193 7821
Asia: +886 6 250 0336
North America: +1 347 809 6779

Welcome to the fifth issue of Pharma by Webpackaging, the interactive digital publication for the pharmaceutical and pharma packaging industries.

Pharmaceuticals, due to their sensitive nature and how they're used by people, are regulated by some of the most stringent guidelines for consumer products on the market. Other sorts of consumer products are tested and verified, but no other consumables are subjected to such rigorous testing or have such a complex and long-term creation process. Often, medicines and other pharmaceutical products can mark the difference between a consumer's life or death. Out of sheer necessity, pharma products must be as close to perfect as possible. Pharma packaging, then, follows the same sorts of rules.

This issue of Pharma was created entirely on the Webpackaging platform!

The new Webpackaging makes it a lot easier for professionals to find the sort of packaging they require quickly and easily. It also provides a wide array of tools to professionals, including timely news, product information, editable 3D models, and more. Anyone in need of pharmaceutical packaging should read Pharma to take a look at the latest trends and see the hottest new products in action.

If you have any ideas, questions, or want to get involved with Pharma by Webpackaging, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for reading!

Frank Robledano Espín

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