Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals


Ventofor-Combi Pack

Name of Entry:
Ventofor-Combi Pack
Entrant: Carton Converter:
Graphic Designer:
Cartonboard Manufacturer:
Lean and firmly in place

The development of this folding carton had three objectives: (1) avoiding mix-ups of two different medications, (2) saving costs by eliminating the plastic separators and additional labels, and (3) simplifying the non-valueadding processes of the packaging procedure.
The original package consisted of two different medicines in blister packs and an inhaler separated by plastic separators and labels. Significant cost saving was achieved by eliminating the plastic separators and additional labels. The new design ensures that the two different medications are not mixed up and firmly keeps the three products of various structures in place as well as permitting easy access to the products.
Furthermore, this innovation resulted in simplification of the non-valueadding processes of the packaging procedure. Lean and agile manufacturing trends are shaping the future of pharmaceuticals, and this innovative compact design fully fits the industry’s new approach.

Jury comments

The key to this particular pack and the most appealing aspect was the consumer benefit. As with all packaging in this category, care of the consumer through clarity of communication is key.
The design structure clearly separates the 2 different medications and yet also accommodates 3 products of different structures. Plastic separators from the previous packaging have also been eliminated.


Faller Elisa Kit Box

Name of Entry: Faller Elisa Kit Box
Entrant: Carton Converter: August Faller
Brand Owner: Steffens biotechnische Analysen
Structural Designer: Armin Rambach
Graphic Designer: Label Design by Steffens biotechnische Analysen
Cartonboard Manufacturer: BillerudKorsnäs
Compact and safe
In one compact design, the Faller Elisa Kit Box offers optimum use of the whole packaging concept for required kit components as well as product description. The liquid kit components can be securely fixed using two inserts, guaranteeing the required level of damage protection. The inserts, which lie on top of one another, also add to the stability of the box. A further advantage: the inserts can be used modularly as required and depending on the number of bottles.

The Best You

Name of Entry: The Best You
Entrant: Carton Converter: Omaks Packaging
Brand Owner: BlissFuel
Structural Designer: Alparslan Kaleli
Graphic Designer: Rep Ringel
Cartonboard Manufacturer: Stora Enso
Being young made easy
International beauty guru Tom Sebastian has created a capsule that makes you look and feel younger. The structural designer, graphic designer and customer worked together to find the best pack. Although the box is complex to make, for the consumer it is a nice and easy to handle beauty case. Main goal was a two-walled envelope which can easily be filled. The development took seven months and the result even went beyond the customer’s requirements – an easy to fill envelope.

Vial Security

Name of Entry: Vial Security
Entrant: Carton Converter: K+D
Brand Owner: Bio-Rad Schweiz
Structural Designer: K+D
Graphic Designer: Bio-Rad Schweiz
Cartonboard Manufacturer: Mayr Melnhof Karton
Functional and sustainable
A combination of functionality, safety and sustainability: in addition to its protective function, user-friendliness was extremely important. The pack was to be opened quickly by the user and to allow easy removal of the vial. The packaging is machine-glued in a single run. Its sustainability is underlined by the use of recycled materials.