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Streamlining pharma manufacturing with optimised coding and labelling 

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PHARMACEUTICAL manufacturing is a precision-driven industry that significantly benefits from coding and labelling technology innovations. For over 55 years, Pyrotec PackMark has been at the forefront, providing the latest advancements to improve efficiency and accuracy in the manufacturing process.

Efficiency and accuracy are paramount in pharmaceutical manufacturing, underscoring the need for effective coding and labelling systems. Opting for the right machinery can enhance production process’s smoothness, speed, and precision.

Pyrotec PackMark provides specialised Labelling Systems for Pharmaceuticals to cater to all coding and labelling needs. The company’s machines are developed by leading brands like Anser, Markem-Imaje, ALTech, and Accraply  – guaranteeing products are marked with essential information such as batch numbers and expiry dates.

With cutting-edge features like anti-counterfeit technology and high-resolution printing capabilities, the machines ensure secure and accurate labelling. In addition, using state-of-the-art machines like ALpharm and the Harland Mercury High-Speed Labeller can dramatically reduce errors and waste, ensuring that products meet regulatory requirements.

Unique to the pharmaceutical industry

Selecting appropriate coding and labelling machines that meet industry regulations while delivering accuracy and reliability is crucial. Pyrotec PackMark offers a range of top-tier equipment that caters to these needs, positioning it as an ideal partner for pharmaceutical manufacturing operations.

ALpharm by Altech is a high-speed labelling machine with advanced features compliant with industry regulations and capable of efficiently handling various products like bottles, vials, and ampoules.

Markem-Imaje 5940G Touch Dry Coder is another noteworthy machine. It uses Touch Dry inks, drying instantly on contact, ensuring smudge-proof and long-lasting codes and labels in demanding pharma environments.

The Self-adhesive Label Applicator ALritma XTRA, powered by a sophisticated microprocessor controller, simplifies user interaction and saves up to 40 product/label combinations for seamless product changeovers.

Beyond the machines

The company offers not only excellent machines but also provides comprehensive support services for pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Pyrotec PackMark’s partnership guarantees:

  • A Trusted Partner: With over 55 years of experience, Pyrotec PackMark has established itself as a trusted name in the coding and labelling industry.
  • Industry Specialists: 24/7 technical support: Technical experts are always available to troubleshoot and ensure optimal machine performance, reducing downtime and saving resources.
  • Global Industry Expertise: With experience across different markets, the company offers insights on best practices and regulatory requirements, beneficial for manufacturers operating in various regions.
  • Dedicated account management ensures customers get tailored solutions for their unique business needs.
  • Emergency support is offered beyond regular technical support and includes 24/7 emergency support to ensure the uninterrupted operation of machines.

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