ISO 11607 Revisions Will Impact Packaging Compliance Requirements - Package Testing Expert, DDL, Offers Advice to Packaging Pro’s

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Package Testing Lab, DDL, explains how revisions to the current ISO 11607 standard will impact compliance requirements for packaging manufacturers and engineers.

Minneapolis, MN, January 26, 2006 – – DDL, a leading package, product and material testing services laboratory, is offering advice to packaging professionals as to how ISO 11607 revisions will affect their business.

DDL COO, Patrick Nolan, is involved in the AAMI/ANSI/ISO Sterilization Packaging Working Group, which is responsible for drafting the Technical Information Report (TIR) for the ISO 11607 revisions.

“It is really important that packaging manufacturers and engineers understand just how the ISO 11607 revisions will affect compliance requirements for their packaging,” said Nolan. “Even small changes to sample size requirements can significantly impact the package validation process.”

The proposed revisions will affect the following aspects of package testing and validation:

  • Sample requirements
  • Testing methods used
  • Requirements for validation
  • Documentation
  • Labeling

DDL Package Engineers are offering a free PackAdvice consultation service to their package testing customers to ensure that they understand the compliance implications of the revised standard.

“Many manufacturers find the package validation process confusing as it is,” said Nolan, “DDL plans to make the change in compliance requirements as smooth as possible for its customers, while making sure they clearly understand how their business will be affected.”

DDL will be available to discuss the ISO 11607 revisions at its booth # 2051 at the MD&M West tradeshow, January 31 – February 2, 2006, Anaheim, CA.

DDL will also be hosting a free webinar on the ISO 11607 revisions on four dates during March 2006. For more information and to register, please visit

About DDL

DDL offers expert package testing, product testing and material testing services including shock testing, vibration testing, tensile testing, leak testing and validation. DDL package testing clients find value through its growing suite of PackServices: PackAdvice, a zero-cost package testing consulting service, and PackReview, a DDL approved certification to demonstrate compliance with ISO 11607 (clause 7). DDL Testing Services maintains full service testing labs in Minnesota and California.


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