Protect and texture, enhance function, aesthetic value, product value and impact.
- Coating (clear and matt): adding a film while maintaining the texture of the paper and protecting it from dirt and scratches. It is more environmentally friendly than lamination.
- Lamination (clear and matt):
o PP surface treatment: made of polypropylene, it is suitable for indoor usage.
low cost, used for various purposes including FMCG.
Film: excellent water resistance, durability and light resistance, making it ideal for long-term outdoor use o PE: flexible label suitable for squeezable packaging
o PP: transparent, durable, thin
o PET: transparent, highly heat resistant.
o PVC: durable, high gloss,
o Synthetic paper (yupo): material of matt finish mainly made out of plastic and highly suitable for printing
Specialities: enhance the value of material by adding some special feature:
o Removable: reseal after peeling off multiple times
o Tamper-proof remains until it is removed and cannot be re-pasted.
o Holographic foil options avoids counterfeiting of products and enhances shelf- appeal
Some issues you need to consider when selecting adhesive: applications, compatibility of a material surface, environmental surroundings and durability.
Protects adhesives and ensures labels will convert and dispense properly
Paper liner: common, used for reverse printing
PET: suitable for high speed labelling machine due to thin thickness, recyclable, low transportation cost, less contaminated.
UV-based ink: Beautiful colour intensity, dried in 0.2 second by UV light to reduce production time and save more energy, more friction resistance compared to oil-based ink.
Special ink: Light resistant ink, metallic ink, thermo chromatic ink, fluorescent ink meet special demands of customers.
Water-based ink: Saving cost, used for simple design.
Labels could be printed from 8-12 colours