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Peace of Mind

Protecting security of products in the pharmaceutical industry is becoming increasingly important on a worldwide scale. Regulatory requirements, patient protection and the growing incidence of product piracy call for decisive action. The specific objectives and security requirements of pharmaceutical corporations are as varied as the technological means available to address them. That is why successful product protection solutions have to be based on in-depth analyses and custom-tailored concepts.


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Diethard Schaefer is a global key account manager at Schreiner MediPharm, one of the major divisions of Schreiner Group headquartered in Oberschleissheim near Munich. Diethard provides support to international pharmaceutical corporations, focusing on the development of intelligent, multi-functional product marking and security systems.
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