|Vial Label||Vial Box|
|Material: 80gsm synthetic paper sticker||Material: 300gsm white card paper stock|
|Size: 30mmx65mm or as your request||Size: 25mmx25mmx56mm or customized size|
|Design: Phizer||Design: Phizer|
|Lamination: matte laminated||Lamination: matte laminated|
|Injection Name: Deca, Deca Decanoate, Deca 250||Injection Name: Deca 250, Decanoate, Decanoate 250|
|Dosage:250mg/ml or custom dosage||Dosage:250mg/ml or dosage|
|Application: injection steroids||Application: injected steroids|
Preparation for build-up of pharma brand
As a packaging supplier with over 15 years of experience, below are several pieces of advice that NOVA would offer to you who is preparing to create packaging for their own brand of pharmaceutical business:
Know your product
Understanding the product that will be packaged is essential to determine the appropriate packaging material, size, and design. Factors such as the product’s composition, size, weight, and fragility are important considerations when selecting packaging.
Meet regulatory requirements
The packaging of pharmaceutical products is regulated by various governmental agencies, and it is essential to ensure that the packaging meets all relevant standards and regulations. For example, in the US, the FDA has specific guidelines for packaging materials, labeling, and product tamper evidence.
Consider the end user
It is important to design packaging with the end user in mind. The packaging should be easy to open, dispense, and use. It should also provide adequate protection for the product during transport and storage.
Packaging is an important component of brand identity, and it should reflect the values and characteristics of the brand. The design of the packaging should be consistent with the brand’s overall aesthetic and messaging.
In recent years, there has been a growing concern for environmental sustainability. Consideration should be given to using sustainable packaging materials and reducing waste wherever possible.
Ensuring consistent quality in packaging is important to protect the integrity of the product. Having a quality control system in place to check the packaging before it is released for use is essential.
Finally, it is important to balance the cost of packaging with the need for quality and brand identity. Choosing the right packaging material and design can help to reduce costs while still providing adequate protection and meeting regulatory requirements.
By considering these factors, you can make informed decisions about the packaging of their pharmaceutical products, ensuring that the packaging is safe, functional, and aligned with your brand identity.
How to design suitable vial packaging?
Designing packaging for the pharmaceutical industry can be a complex task, as there are many regulations to comply with and customer requirements to consider. Here are some general steps that can help you create outstanding packaging for pharmaceutical products:
- Understand the product and its target audience: To create effective packaging, you need to understand the product you are packaging, as well as the intended audience. What is the product used for? Who is the target audience? What are their needs and preferences?
- Comply with regulatory requirements: The pharmaceutical industry is highly regulated, so you need to ensure that your packaging design complies with all relevant regulations, such as FDA regulations in the United States, European Pharmacopoeia standards, and ISO guidelines.
- Choose the right materials: The packaging materials you choose will depend on the type of product you are packaging, as well as the regulations and customer requirements. Materials commonly used in pharmaceutical packaging include glass, plastic, and aluminum.
- Consider the packaging structure: The structure of the packaging is also important, as it affects the ease of use, transportation, and storage of the product. Consider factors such as the size, shape, and weight of the product, as well as any special requirements for storage and transportation.
- Incorporate branding and labeling: To make your packaging stand out in the market, you need to incorporate branding and labeling that is attractive, informative, and compliant with regulatory requirements. Consider factors such as font size, color scheme, and the placement of important information such as dosage instructions and warnings.
- Test the packaging: Before finalizing the packaging design, it is important to test it to ensure that it meets all regulatory and customer requirements, as well as any quality standards. Testing can include things like drop testing, vibration testing, and temperature testing.
Overall, creating outstanding packaging for pharmaceutical products requires a combination of creativity, technical knowledge, and attention to detail. By above steps and working with experienced packaging designers and manufacturers,such as NOVA, you can easily creating packaging that meets market demands and helps your product stand out from the competition.
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