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Systech International and Zetes Partner to Meet Europe's Emerging Pharmaceutical Regulatory Requirements
Date:9/1/2011

CRANBURY, N.J., Sept. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Systech International®, the recognized global leader in Serialization, and Zetes, a leading European system integrator and provider of innovative supply chain, identification and mobility solutions and services, today announced their partnership.  As part of Systech's "Value Add Reseller & Select Service Provider (VAR/SSP)" program, Zetes will sell, install, and support Systech's serialization solution throughout Europe, allowing pharmaceutical manufacturers to effectively meet global, diverse regulatory requirements.

"Zetes has a solid network of over 1000 professionals in 15 countries throughout Europe and Africa, which in conjunction with Systech's growing in-region support, now creates the world's largest and most experienced talent pool to deliver European customers exactly what they need to meet all of their serialization initiatives," states Frederic Menardo, General Manager Europe of Systech International.  "The company has extensive experience in the pharmaceutical and packaging industries, as well as with track and trace initiatives. Systech's and Zete's expertise and common approach provide manufacturers with the solutions, services and support required to address Europe's serialization mandates."

"We're thrilled to bring Systech's solutions to our European manufacturers, as top manufacturers have successfully deployed their proven solution worldwide to meet various serialization needs," notes Pascal Durdu, Director Business Development and Innovation at Zetes.  "This partnership enables Zetes to expand our offering to the pharmaceutical industry and provide manufacturers with the support they need to efficiently address Europe's track and trace regulatory requirements."

Founded in Belgium in 1984, Zetes got its start in the barcode industry and has continuously grown over the last 25 years.  Today, the company offers a large solution portfolio based on a w
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