Using ISO 11607 to Develop Risk-Based Device Packaging
So did Customed, Inc. — until it was hit with a record-breaking recall of 233 Class I products, representing several hundred thousand units.
All because of packaging flaws.
Was Customed an industry outlier? An isolated case?
Not really. From 2010 to 2012, flawed packaging was cited in nearly 400 other Class II and Class III recalls.
These citations demonstrate once again that building packaging quality systems and deploying packaging engineering are not simple tasks.
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