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PACK EXPO International November 2016 Booth S-4153

PACK EXPO International November 2016 Booth S-4153

What to Expect at PACK EXPO International

PACK EXPO International will be the largest, most comprehensive processing and packaging trade show in the world in 2016. If you’re looking for a trade event that delivers unique supplier innovation, crossover technologies, peer interaction and industry education that will energize, inspire, inform and prepare you for the future, nothing else comes close.

10/2016: emballage – Packaging Exhibition

10/2016: emballage – Packaging Exhibition

Welcome to the world of “all4pack” – packaging exhibition and handling exhibition The capital place for innovation for professionals in Packaging – Processing – Printing – Handling

Types of Roll Fed Labels

ROLL-FED LABELS EXPLAINED Roll-fed labels are supplied in roll form, hence their name. But, unlike pressure sensitive labels, they are printed on unsupported film or paper without pre-applied adhesive. Hot melt adhesive is used to secure the label to the product during label application. Once applied, the labels fully wraparound the product, providing 360 degree billboard space for branding and product information. Standard Wraparound The standard, and most common, roll-fed labels wraparound the container, but do not shrink. There are several non-shrink materials available for these including: monolayer oriented polypropylene (OPP) films, laminated OPP and/or PET films in clear, white or metallized as well as paper substrates. The laminated versions offer higher levels of scuff resistance, gloss and stiffness properties as well as recycling advantages (the label composition traps the inks between the material layers). Standard wraparound roll-fed labels are best suited for straight wall cylindrical or square containers, making them ideal for beverage, food and household products. Roll-Fed Shrink Roll-fed labels can also refer to wraparound shrink or ROSO (roll on shrink on). The shrink material available for these include: PVC, PETG and polyolefin films with shrink percentages typically ranging from 3 – 20%. These materials use the same application equipment and process as standard roll-fed, with the added step of running through a heat tunnel to shrink the label and conform to the container, making them ideal for shaped and tapered plastic containers and aerosol cans. Newer developments in roll-fed shrink films and application equipment offer shrinkage percentages up to 50%, which approach the shrink percentages used for full body shrink sleeve labels. Insulating Foam Insulating foam...

Cut and Stack Labels

CUT & STACK LABELS OFFER VERSATILITY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS Cut & Stack labels, also referred to as glue applied or wet glue labels, are an economical way to decorate most containers from for a variety of product applications. The labels get their name from the way they are stacked after printing and cutting. The glue is added to the labels during application to the container. The Benefits Cut & stack labels are an economical choice for large or small jobs for product branding on bottles, jars and cans. There are also a variety of material, printing and finishing options available to make your labels stand out. • Economical decoration method, up to 1200cpm • Variety of material options available (paper and film) • Multiple print options to meet marketing requirements • Custom die cut or wraparound • Finishing coatings, stamping and embossing to add shelf impact Variety of Material & Printing Options The most common material used for cut & stack labels is a C1S (coated one side) paper material. Premium, specialty grades, wet strength (moisture resistance) and metallized papers are also available. The most common print method is offset lithographic which includes combination printing for shorter print runs and quicker lead times. Cut & stack labels can also be printed flexographic or digitally for short runs or samples. Finishing Touches for Added Impact There are many options available to help your product stand out on a crowded store shelf. Coating options include gloss, matte, as well as specialty coatings for graphic effects and/or challenging environments. The labels can also be foil stamped, embossed or textured for tactile effect providing...
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