Manual and Automated Aggregation Systems
Aggregation Systems

Aggregation Systems

Achieve logistics optimization & anti-counterfeiting through aggregation solutions

Track & Trace Aggregation Systems
Aggregation Solutions
Track & Trace Aggregation Systems
Track & Trace Aggregation Systems

Products and Specs

 
Products and Specs

Documentation

Further reading on other topics related to aggregation

Track & Trace Guide

Guide to Track & Trace Technology
This guide covers everything you need to know about serialization and aggregation, to implementing an effective Track & Trace programme for use in the...

Brochures

ProdX Data Management Software
ProdX allows you to connect and control your entire product inspection management process from a single point or from multiple remote locations, elimi...

White Papers

Tamper-Evident Pharmaceutical Packaging
This white paper explains the implications of the EU directive 2011/62/EU and EN 16679 and how this will affect pharmaceutical packaging. It specifica...
Food Safety Standards and Legislation White Paper
This white paper looks at the Communicating Reliable Information and Standards for Agriculture and Logistics (CRISTAL); a communications framework for...
Understanding Regulations in Medical Device Labeling
This white paper looks at the aggregation process which defines the track and trace data relationship between the parent and child.
Serialization - Are You Ready?
The global threat of counterfeit medicines is growing. Quickly learn how to reliably track and trace medicinal products by integrating serialization s...

Case Studies

Rottendorf Pharma Advanced Technology
R-Pharm Germany GmbH has rounded out its service portfolio with the Case Aggregation Kit from METTLER TOLEDO PCE – in combination with a compatible ca...
State-of-the-Art Track & Trace Solution
The XMV datamatrix station from METTLER TOLEDO PCE supports August Faller in providing sustainable marking and verification of cardboard boxes, carton...
Flexible Track & Trace at contract manufacturer Artesan Pharma
Artesan Pharma Gmbh & Co. KG in Lüchow, Germany, demonstrates how an effective programme of serialization, i.e., the traceability of medicines, can su...

Services

FAQs

 

What is the difference between serialization and aggregation?

Serialization and aggregation both rely on the use of unique numerical identifiers, but they are different in the scale. Serialization functions on the level of an individual packaged item. Aggregation takes those individual items and bundles them together into a single reference code. Aggregation functions on multiple levels – a group of individual items become a case, cases become a pallet, pallets become a full container, etc. 


What products require aggregation?

In most industries, aggregation is not a requirement. However, in the United States, pharmaceutical products must utilize both serialization and aggregation in order to meet the requirements for complete documentation of the chain of custody throughout the supply chain. 


    How does aggregation benefit my production and distribution process?

    Aggregation's real strength comes in the distribution process. Being able to see precisely where each individual item is as it journeys through the supply chain is a crucial element of an effective tracking program, and aggregation makes that process easy. Aggregating codes together means that as long as a container remains properly sealed, a complete manifest can be easily obtained and recorded at any point. 


    Why should I aggregate?

    Depending on your industry, you might be required to! Beyond that, aggregation delivers a security and peace of mind when it comes to the authenticity of your product at point of sale. Having a complete recorded chain of custody from the moment a product leaves your production facility can illuminate weak spots or leaks in the supply chain. Additionally, this can make executing a product recall much simpler. 


     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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