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Sharp’s clinical labelling expertise helps you to efficiently package your clinical trial products to suit patients from any region.

We help ease the logistical and financial strain on your complex global clinical studies and you seek patients from a wider range of countries in your trials.

At our state-of-the-art facilities, we design and print multi-language clinical labels for clients all over the world. We also utilise Interactive Response Technologies (IRT) to enable you to quickly create patient kits for any patient, in any country, without having to commit your clinical trial stock to a specific market based on uncertain forecasts. It’s a smart, streamlined way of managing your inventory and budget, while communicating effectively with your trial participants, wherever they are in the world.

Comprehensive services

  • Annex 13 compliant label text generation
  • Co-ordination of label text translation
  • Randomisation services
  • Variable text printing

Clinical label print capabilities

  • Multi-language booklet labels
  • Booklet printing
  • Barcode control
  • Code break printing

Talk to our expert team today about your Clinical label design and print needs.

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