Why repackaging of medicines may be of interest to you?
Pharmaceutical manufacturers are often faced with changes in repackaging. Frequently there are necessities – to replace the information leaflet, to change external package or to repackage manufactured products for a different market due to amended labelling requirements as well as defective products labelling. Every once in a while products get out of stock for particular market (in case of manufacturing problems or unexpected rise in sales). Then it is essential to get a prompt and high–quality service, avoid extra costs related to the dispatch of medicines for repackaging back to the factory. This helps to save both time and money.
In 2012 ENTAFARMA was granted a Manufacturing licence for repackaging of medicines, import from third countries and batch release services. With the growing needs of our partners in 2019 additionally we started providing drug serialization service. Our company’s operations are in line with the highest quality standards. The FMD requirement, GMP certificate, that we possess, as well as audits carried out by our partners, well-known pharmaceutical producers such as Astellas Pharma Europe, Fresenius Kabi, Johnson & Johnson, MSD, Novartis Consumer Health, Sandoz, Sanofi, Stada, Teva and etc. prove that we are the right partner. ENTAFARMA already repackages and serializes over 4 million packages per year.
We are happy to offer our customers quick, high quality and inexpensive repackaging services and we would like to invite You to use it.
Unsorted and poorly managed waste packages in a few decades can make Lithuania one big dump.
Packaging waste is an alternative source of raw materials, sorting and recycling can benefit the industry, and can help to conserve natural resources. It is very important for packaging waste to be excluded from the total generated waste stream, by sorting them and getting rid of them properly to ensure that it will not pollute the environment, and their re-use will help save a lot of various natural resources.
- throwing sorted packages in public locations built specifically for the packaging waste bins (yellow container for plastic and metal, green-glass-blue paper).
- droping off at the packaging waste collection point.
- reusable containers, for which a cash deposit - droping off at the dealer from whom you purchased the goods.
To help users sort, most of the package manufacturers mark materials from which the packaging is made with special marking. These markings are used for packaging materials:
The triangle formed by the three arrows rotating clockwise direction, shows that marked packaging can be recycled.
In the middle of the triangle usually there are one or two numbers to indicate the type of material (1 -19 plastic, 20-39 paper and cardboard, 40 - 49 metal, 50-59 Wood, 60-69 fabrics and textiles, 70 - 79 glass).