Romaco at FachPack 2019 in Nuremberg
Case packer for secure aggregation
The PAK 130 semi-automatic case packer from Romaco Promatic packs cartons into cases in conformity with the most rigorous standards for the manufacture of tamper-evident pharmaceutical packaging. The machine is designed to be connected to software solutions providing secure aggregation. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are free to decide themselves which aggregation system they purchase and Romaco Promatic then configures the PAK 130 accordingly. After serialisation, the secondary packaging is passed to the PAK 130, which aggregates the cartons as they are packed into cases. Proof of originality is established in this way for both the secondary and the tertiary packaging. Track & trace systems are intended to prevent counterfeit drugs from entering the legal supply chain. Romaco offers the Promatic PAK 130 case packer in line with an upstream Promatic PTT track & trace platform as an integrated, single-source anti-counterfeiting solution.
The grouping, stacking, aggregation and the insertion of the cartons into the cases are fully automated on the Promatic PAK 130. The semi-automatic case packer achieves a maximum output of up to five cases per minute. Closing the carton flap with adhesive tape can likewise be automated on request. The Promatic PAK 130 convinces with its compact, ergonomic design and very small footprint. At the same time, it is quick to retool and easy to clean. What's more, the technology is altogether affordable to purchase and inexpensive to maintain. The Promatic PAK 130 is hence the perfect final packaging solution for numerous line configurations.
With proven expertise when it comes to track & trace, whether for secondary or for tertiary packaging, Romaco Promatic helps manufacturers comply with the latest anti-counterfeiting standards for pharmaceutical products. EU Regulation 2016/161, which governs the identification of secondary packaging for prescription drugs for human use, came into force in the European Union on 9 February 2019. Aggregation is already stipulated by law for the tertiary packaging in Turkey and will become binding in other countries such as Russia or Brazil in the next few years.
On show at FachPack in Nuremberg (Germany) from 24 to 26 September 2019 (Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, Hall 3A, Stand 3A-529).