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Wrap Around Label - A Lot of Content in a Small Space

One of the world’s largest contract research organizations for the planning and conducting of clinical trials was faced with the challenge of accommodating many different national languages on an inhaler. The inhaler was then to be distributed in 47 countries. The CRO has been purchasing Faubel labels for several years now. This often involves booklet labels for vials and boxes that also require one label with texts in multiple languages. Due to the impressive quality and reliable collaboration, the organization commissioned Faubel with finding the optimal labeling solution for the inhaler.
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