Healthcare and Laboratory Labels Market to Reach US$ 22.7 billion by 2030, Says Future Market Insights

DUBAI, U.A.E., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Future Market Insights (FMI) anticipates global healthcare and laboratory labels market to grow at a stable CAGR of 4.8% over the projected period 2020-2030. Growing demand for simple yet efficient informatory solutions in the healthcare scenario concerning medical devices, diagnostic samples, drugs, etc. is projected to stay the chief growth attribute to the market for healthcare & laboratory labels. The COVID-19 outbreak has egressed as lucrative growth prospects for market players, generating an unprecedented demand for labeling testing samples of COVID-19. 

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“Companies operating in the market are focusing on launching smart labeling solutions to remain integral with the ever-evolving customer demands and regulatory guidelines, which additionally ascertains a robust foothold,” remarks FMI analyst.

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Healthcare and Laboratory Labels Market – Key Takeaways

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MUA labels claims union’s tactics caused medical shortages lies

A militant union has pushed back against claims its industrial action tactics are causing medical shortages, labelling them “outrageous lies”.

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is in negotiations with Patrick Terminal at Port Botany in Sydney over increased pay for wharfies.

Pharmacy Guild Australia senior vice-president Trent Twomey claimed in a Daily Telegraph report the MUA’s actions were causing medicine shortages.

The union said the assertion was categorically false.

“We have always taken a very keen interest in ensuring we are not stopping any medication from coming across the quay line,” MUA Sydney branch secretary Paul McAleer said.

“They can tell us which boxes they are and we’ll ensure they get off these vessels.”

A spokesperson for Pharmacy Guild Australia said: “We welcome their commitment today to let medical freight through.”

The months-long dispute intensified on Monday as Patrick sought support from the Fair Work Commission and Industrial Relations

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