Schreiner introduces combined package insert/label with security features

Pharmaceutical CommercePharmaceutical Commerce - March/April 2017

Three levels of security will be on display at Interphex

Schreiner MediPharm, whose US unit is in Blauvelt, NY, provides labels, inserts and other attachments to pharma vials, containers and cartons. With the newly introduced Security Booklet-Label, it has designed a packaging feature that provides necessary consumer infomation, along with tamper evidence and multiple levels of security. In Europe, it will help manufacturers meet the tamper-evidence parts of the EU 2016/161 Falsified Medicines Directive, but more generally it provides enhanced safety and security for drug packaging.

Besides a seal that provides a first-opening indication when broken, the Booklet-Label uses BitSecure technology, which prevents duplication, the KeySecure tracing system, a 15-digit alphanumeric code for item-level serialization, and an integrated NFC RFID chip, which can be read by smartphones for on-the-spot authentication.

Schreiner at Booth 1153 at Interphex, New York, March 21-23.

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