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The Med Label is an alternative to relabeling when the stability data changes

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Contact info:    Faubel & Co. Nachfolger GmbH
Schwarzenberger Weg 45
34212 Melsungen / Germany
+49 5661 7309-0
[email protected]
www.faubel.de


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Faubel Pharma Services:
The Faubel Group is a global provider of functional labels with various locations in Europe, the USA and Asia. Its Faubel Pharma Services business unit has positioned itself as a leading innovator and quality supplier of labels for multinational trials.

Faubel Pharma Services creates label designs, manufactures labels of up to 113 pages, overprints pre-made bulk labels with variable data and takes care of the routing process. In addition to proven services, the multi-service provider develops custom packaging solutions used e.g. for blinding investigational drugs or monitoring temperature.

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