Product pirates often use a simple but perilous method to put falsified medicines on the market: They open the product pack and exchange the contents. If the medicine pack is sealed with a conventional label, product counterfeiters simply cut through it and reapply the seal – this will often go unnoticed by patients. The Cut-Through-Indicator Seal, however, thwarts such tampering attempts.

In Europe, our Schreiner MediPharm business unit successfully premiered its new Booklet-Label with integrated closure seal and digital features at Pharmapack in Paris at the beginning of February. Now, the U.S. market launch is coming up at Interphex in New York in mid-March.

There’s a dark side dormant in all of us… Pharmapack visitors will be able to test their criminal skills at Schreiner MediPharm’s booth (M31) in Hall 4 this year. The challenge: Everyone will be invited to try to open Schreiner MediPharm’s closure seals for pharmaceutical packaging without their tampering attempts being detected. This special activity will take place in the light of EU Regulation 2016/161 supplementing the Falsified Medicine Directive, which all pharmaceutical manufacturers of

Our business unit Schreiner MediPharm presents its product innovations at CPhI/InnoPack in Barcelona this week. A special highlight is the latest further development of Flexi-Cap, an innovative security solution that irreversibly indicates the first opening of primary containers and thus prevents illegal filling and reuse of empty containers with counterfeit substances. Flexi-Cap Plus features a tear strip running through the label as a new integrated element. This offers enhanced tampering prot

A great product introduced in Tokyo: Our Schreiner MediPharm business unit together with its Japanese sales representative, Asahi Printing, is one of the 1,080 exhibitors represented at Interphex Japan. The product highlight is the new Flexi-Cap Protect for oncology applications. It is a further development of the proven Flexi-Cap security concept for first-opening indication.