Vials and related pharmaceutical product containers are mainly made of glass. These containers are fairly durable but do possess a risk of breakage if dropped or hit. These vials are often used as containers for high-active pharmaceuticals like anticancer drugs, and as these pharmaceuticals are often quite toxic, they do offer a potential risk to medical staff, creating a slight degree of stress when handled.
Iwata Label – with a market share of more than 50% in the field of pharmaceutical labels – has established a new packaging material and procedure, the “Vial Protect Pack®” for high-active pharmaceutical products, ensuring a reduction of potential breakage and overall risk, for instance by attaching a protector with shrink-tag labels.
Come and see for yourself what the “Vial Protect Pack” can do – at the Japan Technology Forum on May 9, 204, from 10:30 – 12:00. The event will offer simultaneous English interpretation, and English printed material will be available before the forum. Participation is free, but we humbly ask you to register at http://bitly.com/JP-Tech. We look forward to seeing you!
“Japan Technology Forum” May 9, 2014, 10:30 – 12:00 (Place: CCD South Room 02)