Sanofi Pasteur and other pharmaceutical laboratories have adopted CILS’ durable, colour-coded label booklets as the most practical and convenient option for distributing labels to their research sites around world.
Sanofi Pasteur and other pharmaceutical laboratories have adopted CILS’ durable, colour-coded label booklets as the most practical and convenient option for distributing labels to their research sites around world. Originally purchasing blank colour-coded CILS labels and printing variable data themselves, Sanofi Pasteur now receive labels in a booklet format, completely pre-printed with the study data that they provide to CILS in a database format. The outsourcing of the label printing in this way significantly streamlines their logistics chain and reduces labour costs.
The label booklets are constructed using sheets of CILS-8100-VCLL labels, and are ready for immediate use at study centres. Each page relates to a single patient, with perforations allowing staff to tear-out and allocate these pages when required. Labels are colour-coded to match blood collection tube closures, and include study, subject and sample data in both eye-readable text and 2D barcode format, ultimately saving time and reducing the risk of error at both the study sites and at the analysis lab.
CILS-8100-VCLL labels resist handling, moisture and temperatures between -80°C and +150°C, and are perfect for keeping data secure and legible during processing, in ambient and controlled temperature storage and through cold-chain transit on dry ice. The durable polyester and high-grade adhesive combination prevents labels from unpeeling from curved glass and plastic surfaces, especially in low-temperature archiving.
- Thermal transfer printable
- Laser printable
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