Trevor Nichols


Joined Domino in 1991 as Service Engineer, later rising to the position of Senior Service Engineer. He then moved into the commercial side of Domino as a Sales Executive. After four years as an Area Account Manager, Trevor was promoted to Laser Business Development Manager in 1993 and since then has held various Business Development Management roles within Domino UK. He is currently the UK Life Sciences Sector Manager bringing a wealth of knowledge around serialisation/aggregation and the practical deployment of coding and marking technology to meet this.

Articles from Trevor Nichols

8 trends to watch in pharmaceutical packaging

Blister packaging is on the front line of the fight to improve dosage compliance. This method of packaging makes it easier for patients to keep track of their dosing (days when medication must be taken can be printed on the reverse of the packaging). Add the fact that blister packaging also protects medication and can be customized to fit a produc


GS1 standards in the pharma industry

The legislative move to item-level serialisation is a massive operational shake-up in the pharmaceutical industry. As the sector squares up to the challenge, EFPIA have advocated the use of GS1 standards as a framework to track medications through the supply chain. Here’s what it means for your coding processes.


What’s the best technology for adding unique codes to pharmaceutical packaging?

If you haven’t already, now is the time to begin planning for item-level serialisation in the pharmaceutical industry. Soon you will be legally obliged to make sure every packet or bottle of prescribed medication carries the correct coding information. Here’s how thermal inkjet printers can help.


A complete guide to item-level serialization in the pharma industry

The biggest legislative change in the history of the pharmaceutical industry has been given the green light by the European Commission. Here’s everything you need to know about preparing for the move to item-level serialization.


Print and apply labeling in the pharmaceutical industry

The pharmaceutical industry is facing one of its biggest challenges. The legislative move to item-level serialization is looming. There’s no doubt that print and apply labeling systems have come a long way in the last twenty years, but can manufacturers trust them for their sternest operational challenge yet?


How do you stop falsified products entering global supply chains?

We are living in a world of global supply chains. And when everything from your body wash to your burgers could have come from the other side of the world, product traceability is vital. So how is it done? And how do you try to stop the widespread and dangerous problem of falsified products?