At Pharmapack 2020 in Paris (5 and 6 February), Faller Packaging will be presenting its cutting-edge packaging solutions for pharmaceutical products. visitors to Stand D36 in Hall 7.2 will get to see quick and cost-efficient ways to order packages in very small quantities. They will also see how a fully digitalised supply chain can make procurement more transparent and flexible – and at the same time faster and cheaper.
Faller Packaging, a one-stop shop for pharmaceutical packaging, manufactures folding cartons, package inserts and adhesive labels in-house and combines them to offer customised, full-range solutions. With its experience and expertise, the company is also the right partner for special designs and unusual challenges. Manufacturers of pharmaceutical products can get tailor-made packages from a single source, derived from sustainable production. They can also significantly reduce the administrative effort involved in the procurement process.
In response to the growing demand for ever-smaller batch sizes and shorter delivery times, Faller Packaging has founded a subsidiary, PackEx GmbH. PackEx specialises in the production of folding cartons in small and minimal quantities. Customers can order products online at any time, the manufacturing process is digitalised throughout. This enables PackEx to deliver orders within only 72 hours – in an extremely resource-saving way and at low cost. At the same time, the company offers many possibilities for the individualisation and personalisation of packaging.
By digitalising its supply chain, Faller Packaging can offer pharmaceutical manufacturers the best possible service. Its aim is to better understand customers’ processes, including those preceding and following orders, and coordinate them with its own workflows. The basis for this is continuous exchange of all relevant data. A value chain that is digitalised from end to end can significantly increase efficiency and flexibility in packaging procurement while cutting the costs of warehousing and transport.
Faller Packaging is also a pioneer in the field of serialisation. The company has developed various coding and security solutions for its packaging that meet all legal requirements. When necessary, it can also print crypto codes, which have been required by law in Russia since January 2020. Manufacturers who export products can thus count on full support and are ideally equipped to meet the requirements of international markets.
On the afternoon of 4 February, the day before Pharmapack, trade fair visitors will have the opportunity to attend a free, exclusive seminar on Faller Packaging solutions. Under the title “The Future of Pharmaceutical Packaging” the company will show how it is responding to current trends and challenges in healthcare packaging. Persons interested in attending can find detailed information and a registration form on the company’s website, faller-packaging.com/pharmapack2020.