Repackaging medicines

Pharmaceutical repackaging is an important process in the pharmaceutical industry. It ensures that the medicines remain in good condition during transport and storage, guaranteeing the quality of the products.

This must be done in a low-dust area to meet strict standards. Entiris can also provide this for you.

Secondary repackaging

In our low-dust areas, we ensure precise secondary repackaging of pharmaceuticals through manual and mechanical means, including packaging contents and inserts, as well as labeling. These rooms are equipped with continuous temperature monitoring, and our sheltered workers execute their tasks under the supervision of an industrial pharmacist.

Strict quality controls are crucial during the repackaging process to guarantee the safety and effectiveness of the products for consumers. The pharmacist oversees procedures to ensure optimal safety and traceability of your goods.

(Re)labeling of pharmaceuticals and package inserts

Proper labeling is especially important for pharmaceuticals, as errors in production can disrupt your entire continuous process. At Entiris, we remove incorrect labels and replace them with the correct ones, enabling your production process to continue running without the need for additional machines to rectify the error.

Do you import drugs and need to replace labels and/or package inserts? Our sheltered workers are specialized in this repetitive work, exhibiting great accuracy and efficiency.


We also offer the production of “unidoses” – these are individually labeled medications that enable hospitals and residential care centers to track which medication was received by whom and when.

You can rely on Entiris to provide these services with utmost precision and efficiency.

Looking for standard packaging as a solution to safely transport or ship your products? Our employees will be happy to help you. Under the guidance of our work leaders, they execute each job both efficiently and qualitatively.

Shrink wrap is a transparent plastic film used to wrap material. When heated, it shrinks tightly around the material. Shrink wrap is suitable for packing boxes, cans and more.

  • Open shrink: a shrink package with openings along the side
  • Closed shrink: a completely sealed shrink package.

Together with our designers, look at all the possibilities. They will find the perfect solution thanks to their years of experience and will tell you that a custom design doesn’t have to be too expensive. We always make our molds ourselves. As a result, small-scale serial work is also among our specialties. From design to delivery, our lead-time is very short.

Variants of blister packs

  • Heat Seal Blister: a blister pack that is sealed or sealed with the coating on a blister card.
  • High Frequency Blister: a blister is welded against another blister with or without a card inside. This is a form of anti-theft packaging.
  • Folding blister: the bottom and top of this blister are connected by a hinge. Closing is usually done by snap cams.
  • Sandwich blister: two printed cards form both the front and back of the package sealed together. The blister is enclosed between the 2 cards.

Peel-off blister: has a backing in aluminum foil or plastic film that can be peeled off.

For food packaging, we can assist you throughout the entire process or with different parts for which you are currently understaffed, for example. Consider primary, secondary and bulk packaging.

Repackaging of medicines

Repackaging is the process of transferring drugs from larger packaging to smaller packaging more suitable for sale to consumers.

Repacking must be performed in a clean and organized environment, such as our cleanrooms, to ensure that no contamination occurs. In addition, strict quality controls must take place during repackaging to ensure that the products are safe and effective for consumers.

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Certificates for quality assurance

After the manufacturing process, your drugs must be packaged with the proper label, package insert, and so on. We are happy to assist you in this. This can be done on site, in your low-dust areas, or in ours.

Our team of custom workers is fully committed to supporting your packaging process as accurately and efficiently as possible. Under the supervision of their supervisor, they manage this process.

Similar to our clean rooms for medical devices, our dust-free rooms have received the necessary permits (GMP) from the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) to perform secondary packaging of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals.

This ensures that your medications are repackaged according to all guidelines.

Why choose Entiris?

In the pharmaceutical industry, precise execution of tasks in specialized areas is crucial. Fortunately, we possess the appropriate spaces for such tasks, as well as dedicated employees who exhibit unparalleled precision.

On top of all the economic benefits for your business, you also provide a lot of people with the chance to further integrate themselves into our society. In short, partnering with Entiris is a sustainable choice in both budgetary and societal terms.