New solutions from SEA Vision and Marchesini Group aim to boost efficiency and security during pharmaceutical production and distribution by printing, inspecting, and packing serialized blisters and performing aggregation with cartons.

To improve product identification in the healthcare industry, the companies invested in the project. Despite the fact that identification is a prerequisite for secondary pharmaceutical packaging like cartons and pallets, blister packaging does not appear to meet this requirement, according to the companies, leaving a “hidden gap” when it comes to preventing counterfeiting.

Companies claim that this could also facilitate manipulation of products along the supply chain by separating primary and secondary packaging. As a result of SEA Vision and Marchesini Group’s solution, blisters can be distributed (for example, in hospitals, pharmacies, or to consumers) or used separately.

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