About Us

The Pinnaculum organisation provides client value.

In everything we do, Pinnaculum engages its Healthcare sector clients with the aim of realising sustainable value through a partnering philosophy. The Pinnaculum organisation provides client value through its deep knowledge and experience of the end to end artwork management process.

The brief descriptions below give further insight:

Mark Wilkinson

IMGP0072_2_lores1Mark, founder and managing director, is an industry leader in packaging and artwork for the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors, tracking and implementing the latest in process and technological solutions in large, medium and small pharmaceutical companies.

Prior to creating Pinnaculum, he has performed various industry roles including process design lead on the implementation of a multi-million dollar Packaging and Product Lifecycle Management System for a ‘top 5’ pharmaceutical company and director level appointments for two European Pharmaceutical companies, with large and complex product portfolios.

His expert competencies include;

  • Artwork creation
  • Artwork briefing and approval
  • Braille
  • 1-D and 2-D barcode technologies
  • Packaging livery design
  • Pack Management lifecycle systems
  • Global fonts and languages
  • Component printing sourcing
  • Artwork proof-reading, checking and comparator systems
  • Printing and artwork creation compliance and audit readiness
  • Anti-counterfeiting

Pinnaculum’s team pride themselves on their expert knowledge and attention to detail. Their range of core skills includes;

  • Graphic and digital media design
  • Packaging and artwork management
  • Artwork creation
  • Global fonts and languages
  • Proof-reading systems
  • GMP compliance and quality standards
  • Project management
  • Bi-lingual language skills
  • Manufacturing site and studio liaison
  • Packaging Technology
  • Litho and digital print processes and management
  • National and international Regulatory Affairs labelling requirements
  • Braille implementation and standards