Blister cartons for pharma regulation-compliant child-resistance and tamper-evidence

Two new innovative folding boxes by Italy's Igb company solve pharma regulation issues with minimal packaging materials and no new equipment costs.

Pw 188063 Igb Child Resistant Carton

Igb has developed and industrialized an innovative Child Resistant folding box that looks like a regular folding box and has a locking system. The box comes with a key: without the key, it cannot be opened. If the key is lost, the box can be easily opened by adults with everyday objects like a pen cap. Children under five are not able to do that. The Igb Child Resistant Folding Box is made of a tear-resistant cardboard that children cannot rip open and relocks automatically when closed.

All the packaging parts are connected, making the whole box a primary packaging. This makes it suitable to be qualified as child-resistant packaging according to the U.S. regulations. The Child Resistant box has been designed to be mass packaged on standard pharmaceutical packaging lines and does not does not require investments in machinery. The Tamper Eviden folding box from Igb is the easiest solution to comply with Directive 2011/62/EU and FDA requirements defining and requiring tamper evidence for pharmaceutical products. The Igb Tamper Evident folding box needs no glue or labels, removing two sources of production line delays. There is no additional space required in packaging department and no investments in additional packaging machinery are called for.

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