repackaging


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repackaging

The transfer of specified doses of a medication from a manufacturer's bulk container to smaller containers used by patients and/or dispensing institutions.
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12 June 2017 - US-based aerospace and defense industries materials, chemicals distributor Graco Supply Co has sold the business assets of the Ball Ground aircraft sealant repackaging business to Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC, the company said.
Edge repackaging will offset the higher requirements for network and storage capacity required by UHD services.
The primary goal of the project is to establish an industry-standard approach to the documentation of repackaging transactions.
PA) have teamed up to produce documentation for repackaging transactions.
199-3(e)(2) provides that solely packaging, repackaging, labeling, or performing minor assembly of QPP does not constitute MPGE if the taxpayer does not engage in any other MPGE activity.
Contamination introduced during repackaging at pharmacy A was the likely source of this outbreak.
repackaging of a note issued by the underlying transaction.
14 June 2013 - Delaware, USA-based student loan funder Sallie Mae (NASDAQ: SLM) said it has created the SLM Student Loan EDC Repackaging Trust 2013-M1.
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) announced it has brought a third waste repackaging facility online to increase its capability to process nuclear waste for permanent disposal.
Lansen's job will be to apply for the Import Drug Repackaging Licence (IDRL) and repackaging of the drug in China.
Health care professionals should be aware that repackaging sterile drugs without proper aseptic technique can compromise product sterility, potentially putting the patient at risk for microbial infections, it added.
If you're not repackaging your information, and selling it again, you're leaving money on the table, Michelle Kahn, who handles marketing at EPM Communications, told a SIPA roundtable.