Labels for the pharmaceutical industry

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Specificity of labelling in the pharmaceutical industry

Products and their packagings in the pharmaceutical sector must meet stringent requirements. It is similar for labelling where high-quality materials must be used to be up to specific conditions of use and fulfil their functions correctly. Pursuant to the applicable European Union directive counteracting medicinal product falsification, we use security labels (tamper-evident) which protect the product and/or packaging from any unauthorised intervention, reveal tampering during attempts at removing them. We provide labels adapted to application on demanding surfaces, i.e. very small or rounded surfaces (bottles, vials, test tubes), showing adequate adhesion to them. Other labels are those idesigned for storing products at low temperatures, including in liquid nitrogen (-196 °C), resistant to chemicals, to be applied on blood bags and packagings with infusion fluids.

Do you have any specific expectations?

It will be helpful to define all the know information relevant to the required labels.

What’s next?

Tell us about your needs

Call us or write to us and tell what requirements must be met by the labels, in what conditions they are going to be used.

Analysis of the target use

We explore the topic presented – if necessary, we go to the place where the labels will be used.

Selection of materials and tests on samples

We match the labels (or several types of them) to the ascertained requirements and send their samples to carry out tests and select the best ones.

Offer for a selected solution

We present a price offer for selected labels and optionally contract proposal regarding material deliveries.

Let’s talk about your project

Irrespective of what labels you need, we will select the best ones, meeting even high requirements.

ul. Gromadzka 54a, 30-719 Cracow, Poland
+48 12 293 27 00

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