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What’s in Your Wallet?

Wallets have been used for many years as a convenient means to provide patient samples. They typically contain one or more blister pack, along with compliance pamphlets secured to folding panels. Regardless of their form, wallets usually feature other elements that offer literature, calendars, or other dosing reminders. Many styles feature unique child-resistant and senior-friendly features. Branding and anticounterfeiting are options, too.

Predominantly, wallet-style blister packages are used to enhance patient compliance via written instruction and physical display formatting. The standard blister in a box is the simplest form of compliance packaging. But if someone is looking to elevate compliance, to balance child resistance and senior friendliness more effectively, and to have more billboard space, wallet packaging is a better candidate.

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Several wallet-style packages were honoured in the Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council’s Compliance Package of the Year programme...

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Gerhard Breu studied at the Interstate University of Applied Sciences of Technology, Buchs, between 1979 and 1983, where he gained a BA in Precision Engineering, followed by an MA in Systems Engineering. In 1983, he founded Adec Robot AG, a company producing flexible robot handling and assembly systems. In 1991, ART was sold to SIG Packaging and in 1994, Gerhard became a member of the SIG Verpackungstechnik management team. He joined Dividella AG as a Manager in 1998, and in 2003, he was appointed CEO of the Pharma Packaging Systems division of Körber AG
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