Royston, Hertfordshire (PRWEB UK) 31 October 2013
By capitalising on recent developments in labelling technology, Royston Labels can produce specialised packaging seals which immediately expose tampering. The sealant labels identify tampered products by tearing easily if attempts are made to open them, while remaining otherwise unbroken.
The anti-tamper labels can be supplied in an exceptionally high clarity form, to ensure that important product details remain visible. However, Royston can also produce them in a very opaque version that masks packaging information which is unwanted.
“The labels don’t break when the packaging is handled normally,” explained Stephanie Rogers, Royston Labels Marketing Manager, “because they’re engineered to only tear in one direction, and are applied using a permanent adhesive. They are also flexible enough to provide advanced security functions even on irregular shaped packaging.”
These important label solutions are compliant with the regulations required by pharmaceutical applications, and will resist UV light, moisture, solvents and extreme temperatures.
According to the World Health Organization more than 10% of drugs sold worldwide are counterfeit (WHO FActsheet no 275: Substandard and counterfeit medicines), with rates potentially as high as 25% in developing countries. Anti-tamper labels deliver brands a cost-efficient means of overcoming this significant threat. The other labelling solutions which can help pharmaceutical companies secure their packaging and reduce counterfeiting include:
These can be used separately, or in combination with anti-tamper labels to ensure maximum product security.
Notes for editors:
Founded in 1984, Royston Labels is a multi-award winning manufacturer, specialising in top quality, fit for purpose labels that are certified to ISO 9001 and PS 9000 standard. Royston Labels are passionate about labels, understand the power of labels to add brand value and communicate product identity, and are dedicated to ensuring excellence in service.
For more Information please contact:
Stephanie Rogers, Marketing Manager