Discover how Zalkin and P.E. Labellers partnered to deliver a cutting-edge capping and labeling solution for Cardinal Health’s pharmaceutical jars. Learn about the seamless collaboration, advanced technology, and comprehensive testing that ensured a successful project outcome.
ProMach product brands Zalkin and P.E. Labellers recently joined forces to develop a state-of-the-art capping and labeling system for Cardinal Health, a leading provider of pharmaceuticals, medical products, and healthcare data solutions. In a new post on Capping Machine News, Zalkin writes about the strategic partnership leveraged the latest technological advancements and seamless collaboration between the two ProMach brands to meet Cardinal Health’s specific requirements. With Zalkin and P.E. Labellers, the collaboration was seamless. The partnership offered Cardinal Health a comprehensive system tailored to fit their needs.
Advanced Technology Meets Cardinal Health’s Needs
With a focus on efficiency and simplicity, Cardinal Health looked for a solution for capping 56mm caps and labeling their 2 oz. and 4 oz. specimen jars. After conducting market research, Cardinal Health chose Zalkin due to the company’s advanced capping technology. Zalkin’s partnership with P.E. Labellers was a perfect fit to complete the solution.
The integrated system designed for Cardinal Health encompassed various components to achieve efficient and reliable capping and labeling. These included a bottle unscrambler, a CAS-3/360 capping machine equipped with inspection and rejection systems, and a Modular CM 576 Series labeling machine. By combining the expertise of Zalkin and P.E. Labellers, Cardinal Health received a comprehensive solution for labeling and capping the jars.
The partnership between Zalkin and P.E. Labellers proved instrumental in delivering an integrated capping and labeling system that met Cardinal Health’s specific requirements. With their collaborative approach, and dedication to customer satisfaction, Zalkin, and P.E. Labellers provided Cardinal Health with a streamlined packaging process and ensured high-quality sealed labels and closures for their specimen jars.
Read more in the blog post below including information on the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), how the teams overcame language barriers, project outlook, more on the solutions provided to the customer, and a testimonial video of the project: