LSS Labelling Systems Scandinavia, a Denmark-based supplier of labelling solutions will launch a new Tamper Evident labelling machine for the pharmaceutical industry at the Pharmapack in Paris this year.
The noted that its Tamper Evident Labeller is in compliance with the European Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) 2011/62/EU. Part of this directive is the requirement for tamper proof security of cartons. The Tamper Evident labeller from LSS seals the carton. As an option, a printer and vision system of any brand can be integrated to provide each carton with a unique identification for track & trace and serialisation.
The LSS Tamper Evident Labeller has a capacity of up to 300 cartons per minute. It provides tamper proof sealing of reverse tuck end and airplane closing cartons. The flexible machine handles cartons ranging from 50 to 220 mm in width, 15 to 120 mm in height and 40 to 120 mm in length. Both transparent and non-transparent labels can be applied. Due to its small foot-print, the new Tamper Evident Labeller is easy to fit into any production area, and can be used as an off-line or in-line unit. The user-friendly HMI makes the machine very easy to operate. The Tamper Evident Labeller is designed with focus on minimising the time spent on batch change and line clearance.
When entering the LSS Tamper Evident Labeller, each carton’s position and length is registered. The labeller can stop and restart the process at any position and still maintain a safe product register. According to the company, pharmaceutical serialisation will become a legal requirement for companies in the European Union starting 2019. In the US, it has been compulsory since November 2017 under the United States Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).
LSS Labelling Systems Scandinavia is a leading supplier of labelling solutions with more than 45 years’ experience in the labelling industry. LSS are experts in product handling, providing solutions that enable labels to be applied to all kinds of products correctly and accurately. Founded in 2001 as a successor to the labelling machinery division of Avery Dennison, LSS was acquired by the Logopak Group in 2014, and now benefits from its membership of the German manufacturer’s worldwide sales and service organisation.