Standalone labelling service announced by Packaging Coordinators Inc (PCI)

Packaging Coordinators Inc (PCI), formerly AndersonBrecon, a global supplier of pharmaceutical commercial packaging solutions and clinical trials services, today announced a standalone labelling service that can dramatically reduce design and printing turnaround times. The fast response labelling solution has been developed to meet the ever-evolving needs of customers in the industry, providing bespoke, around-the-clock support and ensuring that even projects where labelling requirements change unexpectedly are successfully kept on track.

As a leader in the provision of innovative and differentiated packaging solutions, PCI offers unparalleled label design and printing capabilities that address the needs of each individual client and product. The company has been designing and producing labels for over 30 years and its highly-trained customer project management teams are experienced in every type of product, temperature requirement, language and market specific need. Creating added value for customers, the new service establishes the company as a third party label provider, enabling it to help make clients’ businesses more agile by allowing them to immediately adapt to rapidly changing requirements. As part of its labelling service capabilities, PCI is able to translate labels into any language for customers and can provide regulatory support to ensure the supplied text is fit for purpose in the destination countries.

Due to the costs associated with pharmaceutical manufacturers maintaining in-house labelling capabilities, many companies are acknowledging that working with a trusted global packaging partner presents a more economically viable option. In response to this demand, PCI has recently expanded its UK facility to provide increased capacity and state-of-the-art equipment enabling the company to handle bespoke labeling batches at short notice, and activate fast and effective quality control processes to enable materials to be quickly dispatched.

“The new standalone labelling service builds on PCI’s commitment to being a flexible and reliable packaging partner by enabling us to deliver labelling projects for our clients in as little as two days,” comments Dr. Sue Miles, UK Site Director at PCI.  “We recognise that our customers are constantly dealing with changing requirements and timelines and have developed our latest service to ensure we can meet their demands in the most efficient and cost-effective way.”

For more information on PCI and its services, please email [email protected], call +44 (0) 1497 820829 or visit

About Packaging Coordinators, Inc.

Packaging Coordinators, Inc. offers unparalleled expertise in a range of proprietary pharmaceutical and biotechnology packaging innovations for healthcare clients across all markets. PCI leads the field in providing cutting-edge customized healthcare packaging solutions that improve patient adherence and uphold the most stringent safety requirements. For more information about PCI and its state of the art facilities in Philadelphia, PA and Woodstock, IL, visit the company’s website at


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