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Schreiner MediPharm Introduces SecuMed Labeling System

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Schreiner MediPharm’s SecuMed pharmaceutical labeling system offers authentication and protection against counterfeiting in a multi-step security concept. The SecuMed labeling system can be customized according to the specific requirements of pharmaceutical manufacturers. The labels can integrate a specific mix of overt, covert, and machine-readable security features. Options include complex holograms, ShiftSecure color-shifting ink, thermo-reactive print (in which colors change at various temperatures), and a covert feature known as LaserSecure, which involves invisible, machine-readable security pigments that can be integrated into all graphic elements and colors. The company will introduce the SecuMed labeling system to the North American market at INTERPHEX 2014.

Source: Schreiner MediPharm


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