You’ve accomplished so much already in advancing your therapy to the trial stage, you cannot afford to waste time. That’s why we developed our Package Smart™ Solutions providing you with a one-stop packaging resource from clinical trial through to commercialization.
For 25 years we’ve been building a secure infrastructure of facilities and depots providing GMP-compliant storage capacity, cold-chain logistics expertise and global distribution capabilities. Bellwyck consulting services start with a dedicated project management team led by a single point of contact throughout your project. Our nimble team will work with yours quickly and efficiently to deliver your product to the right place at the right time, regardless of the challenges. We can support your primary and secondary packaging needs from Phase I through IV and will process returns and manage your reconciliation and destruction needs. Our storage capacity includes room temperature (15-25°C), refrigerated (2-8°C), frozen (-20°C), and ultra-frozen (-70°C, -80°C & LN2) conditions – plus the ability to store DEA schedule II – V controlled substances and class I and II chemicals.
We understand that the value of your business is in our hands.
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If you are also responsible for the labeling of your trial drug you know that this is sometimes an afterthought or considered the final phase in the process, however, it is the key to the overall success of the trial. read how a focus on pre-planning and following labeling best practices, will not only help you get your trial drug ready faster, but will ensure all regulatory requirements have been met and prevent any delays in study start-up.
By driving your packaging strategies at the onset of a project you can be sure that your packaging aligns with how your trial is planned to be run. While every study is unique, following are questions that should be asked at the beginning of every relationship.
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Bellwyck Pharma Services, a leader in primary and secondary packaging and labeling for the clinical trial and commercial drug markets, continues to invest in its global reach and capabilities with a recent facility expansion. Construction on the expansion is now complete.
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Clinical supply chain planning is imperative, as it allows you to develop a strategy and best practices for quickly and efficiently delivering goods to support all the needs of the trial. But, where do you begin?