Cinfa, the Spanish-based pharmaceutical company, recently developed a tamper-evident packaging system solution with the help of Valco Melton in support of the new Falsified Medicines Directive, which prevents pharmacy fraud and counterfeiting.

With the fast growth of e-commerce, the risk of tampering increases every year. Almost no industrial branch is nowadays free of counterfeit and piracy menace.

Because of this increase, requirements for tamper-proof system improvements in securing pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, electronic devices, and other packaging products have increased significantly. Most food and beverage brands are quickly investing in the protection of their packages to adhere to the new guidelines and avoid product manipulation.

Read the full article on this topic published in the April edition of Packaging Europe.