Healthcare

Griffin-Rutgers labeling and coding systems are well suited to be used across the medical packaging environment. This covers a wide variety of items: from band aids, gauze, sterilized surgical equipment, face masks, to blood bags and more.

When it comes to labeling and coding medical packaging, there are some specific points to consider relating to today’s more stringent regulatory environment – ensuring health and safety remains paramount. Great care must be taken with medical labeling in order to meet stringent requirements, as well as to ensure the health and safety of consumers.

As inventory control is a crucial component across the medical packaging spectrum, our coding and labeling systems deliver maximum performance and value, reducing errors and enhancing operational efficiency.

At Griffin-Rutgers, we have a solution to meet your labeling and coding requirements. Contact us and we will put our experience to work to select the precise system to meet your needs.

pharmaceutical packaging regulations


Accufast PMx with HDF Feeder

Accufast PMx with HDF Feeder

Thermal ink jet, up to 600 dpi, 1.5 to 8″ print height, up to 100 ips

Re-Pack Wrap Labeler

Re-Pack Wrap Labeler (Without Conveyor)

Applicator and wrap station designed to integrate with the customers existing conveyor

UV Flexographic Ink

Flexographic Ink

Black and Color Flexographic Ink for use with Hapamatic and Gottscho Flexo Printers

Re-Pack Top & Bottom Labeling System withHugger Belts

Re-Pack Top & Bottom Labeling System With Side Hugger Belts

Hugger belts capture the product from both sides, leaving the top and bottom of the container exposed for label application

Re-Pack Mini Top

Re-Pack Mini Top Labeling System

Apply labels to the top panel of flat products such as bags and boxes

Re-Pack Syncro Series

Re-Pack Syncro Series Labeling Head

Tamp Apply, Blow On and Tamp/Blow Fixed-Speed Applicators

Re-Pack Dual Unwind

Re-Pack Dual Label Roll Unwind System with Splicing Table

Dual powered unwinds for high speed label applications providing a continuous supply of labels

Re-Pack Table Top Tamp

Re-Pack Table Top Tamp Label Applicator

Semi-Automatic Labeling

Re-Pack Top Panel Labeling System

Re-Pack Top Panel Labeling System

Automatic Labeling System

Markoprint X1Jet Thermal Ink Jet Printer

Markoprint X1Jet Thermal Ink Jet Printer

Thermal ink jet, HP or LX, up to 90m/min, up to 900 dpi


New Packing and Coding Solutions for Healthcare Services

As the regulatory environment continues to expand to ensure that healthcare services provide safe, secure, and confidential packaging, specialized packing and coding solutions are coming to market to address those needs.

Medical marijuana

Coding and Labeling For Medical Marijuana Packaging

In the past several years, a few states have passed new laws in regards to medical marijuana being a choice for people in their states looking for alternative medicine. Regardless of what anyone might think of the cannabis industry, marijuana is making progress at becoming legal and is on the verge of becoming a mainstream […]

Medical Labeling: How to Place a Label on Blood Bags

One of the most delicate and risky types of medical labeling in the healthcare setting is that of labels that must be adhere to blood bags, including platelet samples and various types of blood components. There are many things to keep in mind when working with this type of specialized medical labeling as detailed below.

Printing Codes

Printing Codes on Prescription Drug Packages

It seems impossible, but the use of printed codes on packaging continues to increase. They seem to be everywhere, on everything. Now, you can add prescription drug anti-counterfeiting measures to the list. With more requirements being set, manufacturers must ensure that they are printing codes on prescription drug packages to meet the more stringent standards.

Medical Labeling: 5 Things You Need to Consider

When it comes to medical labeling, there are some specific points to consider relating to today’s more stringent regulatory environment ensuring health and safety remains paramount. To meet standards and also reduce liability exposure, here are five key things to remember when producing medical labeling:

MiniPanel Label System

Mini Panel Labeling Advantages

The Mini-Panel labeling system is one of those technologies that continues to evolve. It currently offers the flexibility of using one or two labeling heads and can be used offline (semi-automatically) or can be integrated into a production line (fully automated). Many manufacturers might consider a mini labeling system to be an “entry level” device, […]

Stricter Package Labeling Being Required By The FDA

The food and medical industry seem to change and grow daily.  With that, comes stricter package labeling being required by the FDA.  It’s important that your packaging meets the demands of the ever-changing industry and its regulations. At Griffin-Rutgers, we have a solution to meet your labeling requirements.

Child Resistant Packaging

Child Resistant Packaging

Child-resistant (C-R) packaging, also referred to as “special packaging,” is used to reduce the risk of poisoning in children via the ingestion of potentially hazardous items including certain prescription and over the counter (OTC) medications, pesticides, and household chemicals.

Medical Labeling: 3 Practices You Should Always Avoid

Great care must be taken with medical labeling in order to meet stringent requirements as well as to ensure the health and safety of consumers. There are industry best practices and then there are those practices that you should avoid entirely.

Medical Labeling: How to Place a Label on Blood Bags

One of the most delicate and risky types of medical labeling in the healthcare setting is that of labels that must be adhere to blood bags, including platelet samples and various types of blood components. There are many things to keep in mind when working with this type of specialized medical labeling as detailed below.

Stricter Package Labeling Being Required By The FDA

The food and medical industry seem to change and grow daily.  With that, comes stricter package labeling being required by the FDA.  It’s important that your packaging meets the demands of the ever-changing industry and its regulations. At Griffin-Rutgers, we have a solution to meet your labeling requirements.

Anti-Counterfeit Packaging

Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Coders for Pharmaceuticals

Growth of international free trade and inadequate drug regulations have led to the expansion of trade in counterfeit drugs worldwide. Technological protection is seen as the best way to avoid this problem. Different technologies came into existence like overt, covert, and track and trace technologies.

Printing Codes

Printing Codes on Prescription Drug Packages

It seems impossible, but the use of printed codes on packaging continues to increase. They seem to be everywhere, on everything. Now, you can add prescription drug anti-counterfeiting measures to the list. With more requirements being set, manufacturers must ensure that they are printing codes on prescription drug packages to meet the more stringent standards.

Medical Labeling: 5 Things You Need to Consider

When it comes to medical labeling, there are some specific points to consider relating to today’s more stringent regulatory environment ensuring health and safety remains paramount. To meet standards and also reduce liability exposure, here are five key things to remember when producing medical labeling: