Secondary Pharmaceutical Packaging

Secondary Pharmaceutical Packaging
Product Description

Secondary Pharmaceutical Packaging

Cartoning Machines
Clocked horizontal cartoning machines for folding boxes, also with 5th flap Solo or inline systems
Leaflet folding for package inserts, max.: 210 x 600 mm
Coding, code reader, data matrix code (with / without serial number)

Performance Range: up to 6,000 folding boxes per hour (format max: 100 x 85 x 185 mm) 

Flexographic Printing System
Printing aluminium foils or thinner PVC films. 2-colour flexographic printing system for all UV-curable Pantone colours; print area 180 x 300 mm; printing unit: 850 x 980 x 565 mm; foil/film width: 310 mm 

Performance Range: printing speed 110 cycles or 20 m per minute. 

Manual Operations
Clinical trial samples (IMP), handling of small series, special packaging, stability tests, repackaging, wallets, labelling, public samples, etc.

Performance Range: provided upon request

allpack group ag

  • CH
  • 2019
    On CPhI since
  • 3
    Certificates
  • 100 - 249
    Employees
Contract Service
Specifications

allpack group ag

  • CH
  • 2019
    On CPhI since
  • 3
    Certificates
  • 100 - 249
    Employees
Contract Service

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