Tablet Press and Encapsulating Machine Transactions

Tablet Press and Encapsulating Machine Transactions

04/17/2018, 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Technical Conference Stage 3, Booth 1376, Exhibit Hall

Language:
English

Effective in 2017, transactions involving tableting and encapsulating machines must be reported to the Import/Export Unit at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) via a new form. There are also new data and time requirements for informing DEA of the import, export or domestic shipment. An incomplete report or a failure to provide a timely report could delay access to a firm's utilization of the machine. For example, a tablet press user who fails to meet the new advance time notification to DEA to import a tablet press could receive a civil fine, face delays in obtaining the machine from the port and pay a port storage fee.

Contributors

  • John Kronebusch

    Speaker

    Program Analyst

    DOJ

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Learning Objectives

  1. Learning Objectives 1. To be informed of the new reporting regulations 2. To be aware of the process of reporting a transaction to DEA 3. To be cognizant of the machine definitions, reportable items, maintenance of records and proof of identity of the other party in the transaction

Categories

  1. Track
    Manufacturing Efficiencies & Improvements

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