Huhtamaki’s Push Tab® is a flexible blister solution for tablet packaging. It presents a new child-safe way of opening a strip pack by pushing through the tablet. Push Tab® provides an alternative to blister or cold form packs.
The Multi-Tear Closure Label is a transparent closure seal for folding boxes and wallets that combines two security mechanisms. They are activated in an attempt to unnoticeably peel off the seal: The “film-tear” effect destroys the film and the “fiber-tear” effect causes the cardboard surface to tear. The seal is coated with a special high-strength adhesive. When the label is peeled off paper fibers are torn from the cardboard surface to which the label is applied.
When properly used, transdermal patches with high concentrations of active ingredients are effective and safe means of drug delivery used in chronic pain management or hormone therapy. Schreiner MediPharm developed for PS Marketing and Outsourcing GmbH a label for reliable and safe disposal of used patches and prevention of abuse.
Treatment by self-medication: a consistently growing trend. Patients suffering from diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis increasingly use pens or autoinjectors. Ease and safety of handling these devices are particularly important to them. For pharmaceutical manufacturers, the protection of patients against fake medicines and security of the supply chain are additionally of major importance.
Oberschleissheim, March 15, 2017 – Schreiner MediPharm has developed a novel marking solution for syringes: Pharma-Multi-Act. The label, together with the cap, is easy to open with one flick of the wrist, which makes it particularly user-friendly. Pharma-Multi-Act also offers reliable and irreversible first-opening indication and may include various additional security and indicator functionalities.
Schreiner MediPharm has further developed Flexi-Cap, its innovative first-opening indication security concept, for oncological applications: An additional cap protects the bottom of bottles or vials against glass breakage and surface contamination.
With the deadlines for compliance with two major pieces of legislation fundamentally affecting the pharmaceutical sector, a leading industry analyst has made a strong plea for the industry to adopt more Active and Intelligent Packaging (A&IP) solutions ‘to deal with the traceability requirements of today and the authentication and compliance issues just around the corner’.