eSeal by eAgile Inc.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sep 29, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — eAgile Inc. (, a global leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies, announces a partnership with Heinlein Plastik-Technik GmbH to bring RFID smart packaging solutions to the European cap and closure marketplace. eSeal is the first turnkey solution engineered to integrate the benefits of RFID into the billions of caps and closures consumed by the over-the-counter pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and chemical manufacturers.

The introduction of partnership will be at the CPhl Pharma event held 4th-6th October, 2016 at the Fira de Barcelona Gran Via in Barcelona Spain. eAgile’s European Sales Director René Wyss will join Heinlein Plastik at stand 2R51 to conduct demonstrations and answer questions.

eAgile is honored to be partnered with one of Europe’s most reputable cap and closure manufacturers. “We are confident in our selection of Heinlein as a European eSeal partner. By leveraging upon each other’s strengths, dedication to quality and unique product offerings, we can help the European market make their products as safe as possible,” stated Gary Burns, CEO of eAgile. “In today’s world, consumers are demanding safety and accountability, especially with healthcare products. Similarly, brand owners want to provide safe products and comply with the demands of pharma compliance and product serialization. eSeal has proven to be a highly effective solution in the US market and we are excited to offer the same benefits to brand owners in Europe.”

Working as a stand-alone or in conjunction with current security technologies, eSeal integrates a uniquely encoded RFID inlay between the closure and the seal of the product. The final deliverable is a complete cap and seal which is easily substituted into current production equipment. eAgile’s Integration services complete the system by installing RFID hardware and middleware software to collect data for anti-diversion applications, product serialization compliance, supply-chain management and product availability.

eAgile is now focusing on enhancing eSeal with their innovative dual frequency tag (UHF and NFC combined onto a single chip) to bring brand interaction opportunities by linking consumers and their NFC-enabled smartphones to authentication-, expiration-, and dosing-information along with re-purchase and promotional opportunities.

About eAgile Inc.:
eAgile, headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich., sets the standard in RFID solutions by providing high-quality, cost-effective auto-identification products finely tuned to customer needs. eAgile has one of the broadest ISO 9001:2008 certifications covering tag production, data management software and the building of complete RFID infrastructures. Learn more about eSeal and view a product demonstration video at

About Heinlein Plastik-Technik GmbH:

Heinlein Plastik-Technik is a manufacturer and systems supplier of closures, containers, dosing systems and applicators. The company supplies primary packaging solutions made of plastic, glass and elastomers to approximately 60 countries on five continents. Founded in 1932 the company is located at the current headquarters in Ansbach (Germany) since 1978. The main manufacturing processes include classic injection-molding and assembly operations. The competences include development and construction; not only for primary packaging solutions, but also for the required molds and assembly-lines.

The company runs injection molding machines and assembly lines on an overall area of more than 10,000 m2. The high integration level of all functions creates synergies and makes Heinlein a high-performing partner for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and chemical industries. All manufacturing, assembly and packaging processes steps are subject to global quality assurance standards as per ISO 9001, GMP 15378 and ISO 13485.

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