Last year, the former CARTES trade fair moved from Paris to Cannes and also adopted a new name: TRUSTECH. Now, Schreiner PrinTrust is launching a new look as well. From November 28 to 30, at its trade fair booth featuring a new key visual, the business unit will be showcasing its products and solutions for automatic vehicle identification, and for banking and government authorities. The highlight at booth Riviera J 039 will be the ((rfid))-Windshield Label Global Secure that has been enhanced by new security features.

“Standards are developed by those who will subsequently apply them.” This is one of the tenets of “Deutsches Institut (DIN) für Normung,” Germany’s major standardization organization. For instance, that is why Günther Galfe, the president of our Schreiner PrinTrust business unit, is a member of the “Actions against Product Piracy” working group. In this context, he contributed his comprehensive expertise to the creation of a guide titled Measures against Counterfeiting – Guidelines for the Preparation of Protection Concepts against Counterfeiting, Illegal Reproduction and Trade of Illegal Goods published in May 2017.

Counterfeiting and tampering threaten all well-known brands today. At the GLOBAL BRAND PROTECTION INNOVATION PROGRAMME (GBPIP) held in London this week on May 26-27, more than 100 experts are engaged in an exchange about innovative authenticity protection solutions that enable tamper- and counterfeit-proof marking of products. They include Dr. Nadine Summa from Schreiner MediPharm , and Thomas Völcker and André Siebeneicher from Schreiner ProSecure .

Subjects such as infrastructure, traffic management, security and parking will be in the center of interest at Intertraffic 2016 in Amsterdam. Our colleagues from Schreiner PrinTrust will show the company’s high-tech label solutions for efficient vehicle management (Hall 3, Booth 03.422).

A top-class expert meeting: Schreiner MediPharm hosted its second high-level workshop focused on “Pharmaceutical Packaging Solutions to Improve Patient Safety” this fall. Attended by more than 30 industry professionals, including numerous representatives of international pharmaceutical corporations and security specialists, the event was a resounding success. Its objective was to promote an intensive exchange about anti-counterfeiting and tamper-protection strategies.

Whether in the car or on machines, fridges, washing machines or components: a nameplate gives information about the producer, year of construction, important performance data and frequently the serial number of a product – in other words, key information the customer needs to clearly identify an object, to make guarantee claims or order spare parts, for instance.