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Volume 31, Issue 4
Keystone Folding Box has added a new line of secondary packaging systems for injectable pharmaceutical products.
Keystone Folding Box has added a new line of secondary packaging systems for injectable pharmaceutical products. The products are available in custom all-paperboard and plastic-hybrid designs for prefilled syringes, auto-injector pens, vials, and ampoules.
The systems are suitable for automated or manual production, as well as for clinical trials and full-scale commercialization. Keystone states that the product materials are compatible with low-temperature exposure, making them appropriate for typical temperatures associated with the cold-chain distribution of injectable products.
The collection includes the Vial Pack line of cartons for packaging single or multiple vials or ampoules and Injectable Packs suitable for prefilled syringes or auto-injector pens, which can be designed to include ancillary items such as sterile wipes, according to the company. The InjectaSlide package includes a thermoformed tray that slides inside a carton and into a locked position. The locking function is enabled by a lock-release button that must be pressed to unlock and slide the tray forward for access to each dose.
Additional features include child-resistant functions for several of the products and dosage-scheduling functions for in-home use of multi-dose packs, which can remind patients to administer the correct dose at the proper date and time.