Our specialism



Van Eerd produces packaging for the pharmaceutical and related industries in all kinds of shapes and sizes. These range from a simple side seam carton to a complicated carton with an interior or other inside, sometimes with Braille and/or a label as well. The basic material is duplex cardboard.


  • The application of labels to cartons.

  • Folding carton with multiple chambers. An integrated partitioning insert keeps the carton contents in a fixed position. This prevents the contents being damaged and, for example, information leaflets can be kept separate from the rest of the contents.

  • Child-resistant packaging. This packaging, developed by Locked4Kids, cannot be opened by children. Van Eerd is the first to be licensed to produce this special packaging.

  • Anti-counterfeit. There are various ways to prevent medicines from being counterfeited:

    • The application of micro-texts or special lacquers/inks.

    • Tamper-evident (anti-theft seals): this involves perforations so that the contents can only be removed by damaging the packaging.

    • Another anti-counterfeit method is to assign unique numbers to cartons, known as ‘serialisation'. This can be done by applying uniquely numbered labels or by printing unique numbers directly onto the cartons.


Van Eerd also arranges the design of various types of packaging, information leaflets, tubes and liners. Van Eerd supervises the entire printing process. We take responsibility for the prepress work, manage the files and ensure that the correct file is ready to print whenever necessary.

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