Griffin-Rutgers labeling and coding systems are well suited for the pharmaceutical industry. Manufacturers and packagers of pharmaceutical products understand that a product identification system for pharmaceutical packaging requires two separate, but highly integrated components. It is mandatory to have a coding/labeling system that can consistently print in high resolution and apply labels at the required speed with a high degree of accuracy.
Some of these types of packaging can be: pharma blister packs, pharma/medical device cartons, dietary supplements pouches, nutraceutical bottles, along with cannabis tins. Staying current on the regulations in the industry is challenging, but having a printing and labeling system in place that helps adhere to them is key to any operation.
At Griffin-Rutgers we understand the never-ending demand for consistent, accurate labeling, along with the need for print clarity and product tracking mechanisms throughout the packaging and distribution chain. As you consider the purchase, we can help you determine the best product identification (labeling and coding) system for your unique needs. Contact the professionals at Griffin-Rutgers, and we will put our experience to work to select the exact system for you.
Friction feeder with thermal ink jet or laser
Applicator and wrap station designed to integrate with the customers existing conveyor
Vacuum transport system using either thermal ink, jet, thermal transfer , hot stamp or laser coding systems
The S-7000 Trio and Quatro are ideal for high resolution printing directly onto cartons, trays and sacks, with a printing heights of up to 50mm or 67mm respectively.
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Flexo, UV inks, up to 380mm wide, 20m/min
Thermal transfer, print up to 107mm wide
Dual powered unwinds for high speed label applications providing a continuous supply of labels
Tamp Apply, Blow On and Tamp/Blow Fixed-Speed Applicators
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.
Accuracy and speed are crucial in all aspects of printing and labeling and this is especially true in the pharmaceutical field. Pharmaceutical packaging and labeling are required to comply with state and federal regulations as well as meeting specific manufacturer and industry requirements. Many pharmaceutical carton and case printing needs can be accomplished with automatic […]
By the time you purchase medicine at the pharmacy, it has gone through a rigorous amount of quality control for both the medicine and its packaging. Manufacturers, when using the proper pharmaceutical coding, labeling and packaging technology can track individual lots of medications throughout the supply chain from point of origin to point of sale. […]
Looking for Value in Increased Pharmaceutical Packaging Regulations? Problem Solved with TraxSecur™ Stricter regulations that will aid in the fight against counterfeit drugs are also leading to an increased need for printers and personnel to prepare labels and packaging for the pharmaceutical industry. Many pharmaceutical companies are scrambling to meet the new compliance regulations and […]
Pharmaceutical manufacturers and packagers could be facing increased costs due to re-engineering of production lines to satisfy newly upgraded European Union Falsified Medicines Directives (FMD). Printing and packaging systems that carry out coding, and its related post-print inspection, offline as an independent process might make it easier for manufacturers to meet the new compliance requirements […]
If you are printing best-before or other fixed or variable information onto sleeves, pouches or cartons, an offline feed and coding system could be just what you need.
Packaging has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Clear packaging, like blister packs and clamshells are becoming a popular choice among manufacturers today. Some studies suggest that shoppers are as much as 400% more likely to pick up a package if they can see the product that is inside.
When H.R. 3204, The Drug Quality and Security Act was passed, many organizations had to rethink the way they label and track pharmaceuticals to be in compliance. The bill was designed to clarify laws related to human drug compounding and to strengthen the prescription drug supply chain in order to defend against counterfeit drugs. A […]
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.