Durable, readable. Perfect adhesion. Meeting GHS and BS 5609 regulations. Making crucial information highly accessible. Reliable, automatic labelling. Getting chemical labels right can be quite the challenge. Especially when you take your supply chain into account.
We let you add a layer, and another, and yet another. Up to a 64 page booklet if you want; because we know you have a lot to tell to your customers.
pink for a princess
Conveying the right feel and look on paint cans can make all the difference on the shelf. We make sure that “princess pink” and “raspberry red” are two distinct shades.
Perfect tack and optimal adhesion, even when applied and used outdoors? Our labels perform well on large metal barrels, on blue polythene vats and on large IBC tanks as well.
A typical packaging for garden products, spray bottles are indispensably stored in harsh conditions. Talk to us if you want your labels to stay wrinkle and bubble-free in all circumstances.
That deviant shape of your label might be a drawback to high speed labelling. That’s why we’ll help you find the right material gauge, backing strength and release force to keep your line from stopping.
Chemicals, agrochemicals and petrochemicals; lubricants and brake and cooling fluids. Even a minor spill in
your filling line should not affect your labelling performance.
So whatever your line speed or your container’s shape or material, we guarantee optimal results in your production process. Wrinkle and bubble-free.
Tough production conditions? On the shelf, your label still has to look stunning. Take motor oils: we help you create wonderful shelf appeal while making sure your labels stick perfectly to their containers. .
Keeping production going with seamless automatic labelling is one thing. Let’s look beyond the label, though, and see how we can make your end-to-end ordering process as effective and simple as possible. By fitting optimally into your supply chain, for example, while keeping an eye on your TCO.
Got any special requests? We do like a challenge.Go ahead, ask us