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31 August 2020

BarCode: Decoding the mysterious world of counterfeit drugs

The Economic Times
30 August 2020

The next normal:The recovery will be digital

SME Futures
28 August 2020

DataKart – A single source of trusted product information -Retail

CGR Brands
14 August 2020

Indian Railways Installing RFID Tags To Track Entire Fleet Of Wagons, Coaches And Locomotives

11 August 2020

Role Of GS1 Standards To Ease The Battle Against Covid

Outlook India
11 August 2020

Preventing Counterfeits And Verifying Authenticity In E-Commerce Marketplaces

Business World
5 August 2020

INDIA: High Court Confirms Barcodes as Certification Trademarks

International Trademark Association
31 July 2020

Till now approximately 23,000 wagons and 1200 coaches have been fitted with RFID tags

Manufacturing Today India
25 July 2020

SMEs to witness increased demand with push for local products

KNN India
23 July 2020

Delhi high court passes restraining orders for 3 websites selling GS1 barcode numbers

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Published on 17 March 2024

How Covid-19 Has Opened up New Opportunities for Pharma Firms

Published on 20 February 2022

As India reeled under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, its healthcare sector rose to the challenge. India was hailed as the world’s pharmacy and the government also reoriented its policies towards making the country self-reliant in terms of vaccines, drugs, medical devices and equipment. Meeting the challenges posed by the pandemic has helped build a foundation for the healthcare sector to gather pace in the future.

Business Today

Army begins RFID tagging of ammunition

Published on 9 February 2022

“The implementation of the RFID solution for ammunition asset visibility will transform the management of ammunition and bring in a quantum jump in ammunition management and tracking,” the Army said in a statement.

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QR code on APIs to be made mandatory from next year to combat counterfeit medicines

Published on 20 January 2022

The government has made it mandatory to put QR codes on Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) used in medicines. The new rule will be applicable from January 1, 2023. After that, it will be mandatory to put QR code in API. This new rule will also help in distinguishing between genuine and counterfeit drugs much easier.

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