News | February 17, 2014

Domino Printing And Weiler Labeling Systems Partner To Offer Reliable Serialization Solutions

Domino North America and Weiler Labeling Systems (WLS) are combining their unique expertise and innovative technologies to offer customers simplified, efficient and guaranteed solutions to meet new stringent pharmaceutical standards. Selecting valuable, trusted partners is a primary objective for pharmaceutical companies in 2014 as they prepare for the challenges that will come with serialization, made official by federal passing of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA)in November 2013.

“Domino is pleased to partner with pressure sensitive labeling solutions leader WLS, whose innovative commitment to the manufacturer experience continues to ensure they are the best supplier in both the Life Sciences and Food sectors," said Mark Shaffer, Pharmaceutical Business Development Manager for Domino North America. "Working with their extensive portfolio and knowledge ofmaximum performance labeling solutions, Domino can easily provide effective serialization solutions required to support the new federal legislation requirements."

WLS has over 20 years’ experience designing and manufacturing labeling equipment and excels in specialty applications including various product shapes and sizes such as drug vials, bottles, syringes, and injector pens. Their labelers can integrate human-readable and/or 2D Data Matrix code printing and corresponding vision systems, sideserts, topserts and more, while performing at an optimal productivity rate with high-speed tool-less changeovers. WLS labeling technology combined with Domino’s knowledge of coding and printing systems, will allow seamless implementation of the serialization upgrades now required of pharmaceutical manufacturers.

WLS’ President Ted Geiselman describes Domino laser printing and WLS as, “A match made in heaven.” This was demonstrated during a recent visit to the WLS assembly floor where Domino’s laser printers were featured on 19 labeling applications. Watch this video by Weiler to see the two technologies work together, clearly displaying the advantages of partnership when addressing the unique challenges of serialization:

About Domino
Since 1978, Domino has established a reputation for the development and manufacture of coding/printing technologies that meet the needs of manufacturers and setnew industry standards for quality and reliability. With a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and over 200 distributors, Domino sells in over 120 countriesand offers extensive customer support. The Group employs 2,150 people worldwide with manufacturing facilities situated in UK, China, Germany, India, Sweden and USA. For more information, visit

SOURCE: Domino