Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare
Enhance the Health
of Your Brand Identity
From rapid product identification, to regulatory compliance, to making your brand uniquely stand out to consumers and medical professionals, packaging serves multiple vital functions for pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and healthcare products providers. Having worked with most of the 25 largest global pharmaceutical companies, our team understands the issues and unique needs of brand identity in these markets.
Enhancing your packaging with intriguing, eye-catching effects enabled by NanoPixel® MicroLENS and MicroMIRROR technologies differentiates, and reinforces your brand identity, forging stronger preference and fostering brand loyalty.
Our unique, patented, three-dimensional dynamic and motion effects bring your familiar brandmarks to life with bold, amazing 3D designs. Data shows that repeated visual identity of familiar brand imagery in uniquely noticeable new packaging creates brand trust within the distribution chain and with invaluable consumers.
Pharmaceutical and Healthcare
However your products are delivered—liquid, cream, capsules, injectables, aerosol, or in some other form—NanoPixel technologies can add dazzling, attention-grabbing effects to your packaging and molded medical devices to focus user and consumer recognition on your unique brand identity. Enhance and secure your packaging with visual effects like floating pixels, 3D animation, and morphing that can’t be duplicated by holographic or conventional 2D decorative printing and films.
These inimitable visual effects can be applied to virtually any type of packaging, on curved or flat surfaces, visible in low light conditions, providing not only distinction and overt identification but also brand security through anti-counterfeiting protection and optical tamper-evidence.
NanoPixel materials meet brand owners’ requirements for sustainable, eco-friendly packaging, and can be incorporated into existing production processes and equipment with no extra steps. Our exclusive micro-optics technologies implemented in brand identity films and molded components can be converted through brand owners’ existing labeling and packaging providers to prevent disruption of your current service and supply chain.
Labels —Paper, plastic, metal foils, in-mold, non-leachable film, film laminates, base stock, or finished labels
Boxes —Paperboard, folding carton, plastic boxes, translucent cartons, specialty materials
Bottles, Jars, and Vials — Plastic, glass, or metal (molded components and label features), molded plastic caps and syringes, plus tamper-evident security shrink sleeves
Tubes — tube-stock films, labels, molded caps, and thermal-seal crimps.
Bags and Pouches —Films, labels, paper, plastic, to replace conventional 2D printable materials
Cans —Aluminum, Steel, labels, shrink-sleeves, and molded plastic caps