Stay-at-home rules, mandatory wearing of masks and mass curtailment of work schedules: In 2020, a scenario that was still unthinkable in 2019 became bitter reality also in Germany. When corona infection rates kept increasing, Schreiner Group was challenged to enhance
In October 2019, Schreiner Group’s most recent production site was launched in Dorfen. At that time, the plant was officially opened by CEO Roland Schreiner and Dorfen’s Mayor Heinz Grundner in a festive ceremony. Now, about a year later, it’s
In the fall of 2020, pharmaceutical corporations around the world were engaged in more than 180 research projects for a vaccine against the corona virus. However, it normally takes several years for a vaccine to reach market readiness. In the
In many daily healthcare situations, every second counts. The fewer the moves staff have to make in an emergency the better for the patient. Consequently, prefilled syringes are the best choice for performing injections when time is of the essence.
The annual German Sustainability Award has been presented since 2008. However, the term “sustainability” itself is more than 300 years old. It has its origins in forestry, where it appeared in Hans Carl von Carlowitz’ treatise “Sylvicultura Oeconomica” in 1713.
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing common illnesses of the 21st century. Many diabetes patients require lifelong treatment with insulin, which they have to administer themselves using insulin pumps, syringes or pens. For insulin and other multi-dose therapies, Ypsomed
Schreiner Group’s first contact with a pharmaceutical corporation took place in 1988. It resulted in the development of Pharma-Tac, a hanger label for infusion bottles and a world first. From then on, the company specialized in solutions for the pharmaceutical
Schreiner Group has been recognized with the IKOM Employer of the Future 2020 Award. IKOM is the student career forum at Technical University of Munich (TUM). The prize is presented by IKOM, vbw, the Association of Bavarian Business, and TUM.
Smooth and error-free medication management in hospitals can save lives. Medicines equipped with RFID-Labels assist staff in frequently hectic daily healthcare settings. From the hospital pharmacy to bedside dispensing, inventories can be monitored, and availability and patient safety efficiently ensured.
With label-integrated RFID technology, products or medicines can be clearly identified, traced and authenticated according to the lock-and-key principle. However, conventional RFID/NFC solutions have mainly been adopted in high-value use cases. In order to start offering smart pharma labels for