Avery Dennison Corp. has introduced a new labeling option intended to give package designers the ability to create more distinctive packaging shapes.
Avery Dennison’s Curve Appeal is a patent-pending system employing special Fasson Curvy film labels that work together in a machine application process, the company shared in a press release. This system can accommodate complex curved surfaces more so than other current labeling processes, Avery Dennison claims.
Schreiner MediPharm, a Germany-based global provider of specialty pharmaceutical labeling solutions, announces the successful international market entry of its Needle-Trap label.
Designed to help prevent accidental needlestick injuries from disposable syringes, the Needle-Trap system was launched two years ago. To date, millions of Needle-Trap labels have already been distributed, the firm reports in a press release.
UPM Raflatac is introducing several high-quality paper and film labelstocks certified for use with the HP Indigo WS6000 digital press. Submitted under the HP Indigo Media Certification program, these stocks also work with the HP Indigo WS2000 press and the WS4000 family of presses.
Lauraville Packaging LLC (Syracuse, NY) exhibited its solutions at EastPack for encapsulating flat items such as booklets, pamphlets, and others into adhesive-backed pouches for application to flat packages. The filled pouches, which can be provided in rolls or fan folded in cartons, can be applied by a label applicator to packaging.
Schreiner MediPharm (Munich, Germany) offers secure and innovative labels that provide tamper protection for product packs, as well as for variable printed data like batch number or drug expiration dates. Special void effects are integrated into the label for anti-counterfeiting purposes. Thus, they prevent re-labeling of product packs as well as alteration of variable product data.
SHL is continuing to expand operations in the United States with the establishment of SHL Pharma Systems, a state-of-the-art final assembly and packaging operation. Located in South Florida, this new facility will offer final assembly, labeling, and packaging services to SHL's pharmaceutical and biotechnology customers.
Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Schaumburg, IL), a specialty pharmaceutical company, receives approval from FDA to market mesna injection. Mesna is a prophylactic agent used to reduce the incidence of hemorrhagic cystitis caused by ifosfamide chemotherapy.
"Mesna is our second addition this month to our cancer supportive care product line, allowing Sagent's sales teams to provide customers with an expanding range of products for oncology patients," says Jeffrey M. Yordon, CEO, founder and chairman of the board, Sagent.
CCL Industries Inc. announced today that it has acquired Purbrick Ltd, a privately held company based in Melbourne, Australia. Purbrick supplies patient information leaflets and pressure-sensitive labels to global pharmaceutical customers located in Australia.
Medical device manufacturers have often struggled with including multiple-page instructions for use (IFU) with sterile medical packaging. Including paper materials inside sterile packaging could present contamination challenges, and leaving an IFU loose inside a shelf pack could risk misplacement. Responding to a customer challenge, Robinson Printing & Creative Media (Temecula, CA) has developed a potential solution.