Visit Pharmapack North America, May 22-23, 2012
Non-Destructive Inspection Technologies for Blister Packaging and CCIT in PTI's Booth F729
Attend Conference Session on Six Sigma Deployment for Complete Package Quality Control
Tuckahoe, New York (April 25, 2012) - Oliver Stauffer of PTI Inspection Systems will give a presentation on "Six Sigma Deployment for Complete Package Quality Control" during the upcoming Pharmapack North American Conference and Exposition in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA, May 22-23.
PharmaPack North America is the premier networking platform for professionals within the pharmaceutical packaging industry and offers both the conference sessions and a full exhibition featuring industry leading exhibitors. The conference will explore innovations in pharmaceutical and drug delivery packaging to enhance design techniques and maximize production efficiency in an evolving market.
You are eligible to receive 20% off the standard registration price. Register online now at www.PharmapackNorthAmerica.com or call 310-996-9435. Use promo code DISCSPK to take advantage of the savings. Please note that a conference badge also allows access to the Pharmapack exhibit hall as well as the co-located MD&M and EastPack events. One admission allows access to all events!
Oliver Stauffer's presentation is scheduled on Tuesday, May 22, during the Quality Control and Cost Strategies Session 11:00 am - 12:50 pm. To view the full agenda and speaker details, visit www.PharmapackNorthAmerica.com.
Stauffer, vice president of inspection technologies for PTI, will breakdown the Six Sigma DMAIC framework and how it directly applies to developing a strategy and test methodology for package integrity. He will navigate through a variety of destructive and non-destructive test methods to show how they may be best deployed and how they can provide feedback throughout the packaging process. PTI Inspection Systems will also be exhibiting during the event in Booth F729, showcasing the following inspection technologies:
- Blister Package Inspection - The new VeriPac 410 inspection system offers non-destructive seal integrity testing and leak detection for blister packs, sachets, and low head space packaging.
- Container Closure Integrity Testing - E-Scan 625 HVLD Micro Leak Detection System for liquid filled vials, ampoules, pre-filled syringes and BFS containers.
To register for Pharmapack North America Exhibition as PTI's guest, click the electronic invitation below. For complimentary admission, use Promo Code: XG. You may register online, or print this out and bring it with you to register on-site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Pharmapack North America registration allows access to the co-located MD&M East and EastPack events. One admission allows access to all events!
About Oliver Stauffer
Oliver Stauffer received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Michigan and completed his MBA at Georgetown University – The McDonough School of Business. He worked for several years in analytical and R&D laboratories. His expertise and focus has primarily been new technologies and test method development specific to package testing. Stauffer joined PTI in 2005 as a member of the research and development team working on non-destructive testing of blister packaging. In 2006, he joined the sales team as sales/applications engineer for PTI Inspection Systems. He currently holds the position of vice president of inspection technologies for PTI, focusing on global quality solutions for package inspection that are robust, faster, cleaner, cheaper to maintain, and that reduce manufacturing waste.
PTI Inspection Systems is the leading manufacturer of non-destructive package inspection technologies for the pharmaceutical, medical device, food and container industries. We offer inspection systems for package integrity testing, seal integrity, leak testing and container closure integrity testing (CCIT). Our technologies exclude subjectivity from package testing, and use test methods that conform to ASTM standards. PTI Inspection systems provide repeatable, reliable results and can be used at any point in the manufacturing process as they are non-destructive, non-invasive and require no sample preparation.