Choosing Falorni means optimising production processes and being able to rely on state-of-the-art technologies and facilities, extensive storage space, and above all on the experience and reliability of a company that has already been chosen by major pharmaceutical companies around the world, from Europe to the Far East.

Pharmaceutical companies are undertaking sensitive and challenging work, both in research and in actual drug production. Every single step must be taken in compliance with strict legislation, which – though necessary – makes the organisation complex and costly.

With such vast activity, an external partner capable of handling the stages that follow the drug production is an important resource.
Provided, of course, that it can guarantee proper working standards and full compliance with all legislation.

For nearly twenty years, Falorni has chosen the secondary packaging of all forms of pharmaceuticals and psychotropic drugs as its core business and has, in the meantime, enriched its portfolio of licences such as packaging of IMP experimental drugs, importation of sterile and non-sterile drugs, physical importation site and documentary batch release, all to extend the range of services offered to meet the specific needs of current clients.

Secondary packaging activities are carried out on both fully automated lines and semi-automatic and manual lines that are capable of handling small and large batch sizes.

secondary packaging service

Below is a list of the individual procedures that can be carried out at Falorni:

    • Barcode tagging
      IPZS label application to flat packs, either pre-packaged or on packaging assembly line.
    • Variable data printing
      with inkjet and stereotype systems, resources for Data Matrix printing and serialisation.
    • Packaging Kits
      both for promotional purposes for marketing campaigns and for creating diagnostic kits.
      • Labelling
        on pre-packaged packs (e.g. promotional labels), bottles, tubes, blister packs and sachets.
      • Serialisation
        serial creation, serial printing and verification, and aggregation; visit the serialisation page.
      • Replenishment of counter display units
      • Batch selection on specification
      • Replacement of package leaflets

Printing of variable data, blister inserts, bottles, tubes, and ampoules are some of the procedures that ensure compliance with current European and international legislation.

Design of dedicated packaging lines to meet the needs of clientele.


Repackaging, Assembly

Batch release

Documentary Batch Release

Secondary Packaging


Visual Inspection

Physical Importation Site