Adliswil, September 20, 2018 – Schmid Rhyner AG’s compliance with the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) developed by EuPIA has been certified by QS ZÜRICH AG. This certification is extremely important for the production of packaging in the food industry. With its innovative coatings, Schmid Rhyner helps food packaging manufacturers with product differentiation at the point of sale, an area that is becoming increasingly important.
Confirmation of GMP compliance under the EuPIA (European Printing Ink Association) guidelines mainly concerns product composition, quality management and hygiene management in order to ensure food safety. Schmid Rhyner’s low migration coatings therefore satisfy the requirements for ensuring the health of consumers and the quality of the product inside the packaging.
Schmid Rhyner’s WESSCO® and GALACRYL® Low Migration coatings (matt, high-gloss and special effect coatings) were developed especially for the growing innovative food packaging segment and give the desired surface finish to paper, cardboard and plastic foils for sensitive packaging. In addition, these coatings do not contain benzophenone, 4-methyl benzophenone or bisphenol A. For special applications, there is also WESSCO® EPPI® Low Migration technology.
For more information use the following link: Schmid Rhyner - GMP (Good Manufacturing Printing)
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