Accupack launches Blister Draw, Plexus

Smart format parts management software

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Shehul Seth, director of Accupack at the InnoPack pharma conference in Mumbai. Photo PSA

Navi Mumbai-based Accupack is Asia’s leading manufacturer producing blister and cartoning machines, change parts as well as software solutions for pharma and FMCG segments. The company sponsored Indian packaging awards and launched Blister Draw and Plexus – software solutions for the pharma sector at Innopack.

Plexus is a smart format parts management software from Accupack, enabling reduced inventory cost and efficient management. Shehul Sheth, director of Accupack, said, “Constant innovations have led to the development of new packaging machinery and materials which meet the demands of consumers. As a consequence, every pharma company incurs huge expenditure on procurement of new format parts, tablet tools and packaging materials each year. Maintaining the database of the same is a big challenge, resulting frequently in excessive procurement. Plexus helps the companies in its operations, including planning, production, MIS reports and supply chain to efficiently manage and launch products on time in the market.”

Apart from Plexus, Blister Draw is another software which fulfils the demands of
the blueprint of the blister packs. “At the initial phase, we installed it in a pharma
unit and dependinguponthe feedbackwe developed the software for around a couple of years and launched Blister Draw at InnoPack. The two-day event saw a large
number of packaging professionals from FMCG and pharma companies. InnoPack
generated many enquiries and provided an opportunity to exhibit world-class
brands and technologies,” concluded Sheth.

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