Payne’s HoloSense technology produces a range of holographic effect label patterns--diagonal stripe, raindrops, kaleidoscope, mini lens, and checkerboard--available for the surface finish, can be incorporated into existing labels or included as part of a new design.
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Utilizing Latex Impregated and Jetlaser Translucent paper-based face materials, UPM Raflatac’s paper-faced products for shelf labeling applications provide label converters and retailers with compelling, environmentally-preferable alternatives to traditional vinyl products.
BYB Brands, a Coke Consolidated division, is taking advantage of special extended-test labels on its Tum-E Yummies brand, a fun, nutritious drink option for kids that comes with a spill-proof sports cap.
With Nosco’s Lit-a-Sure, packagers achieve consistent insert placement by pre-attaching inserts to cartons, rather than packaging them loose in the box, helping to increase patient information access and provide a more professional presentation.
Using a multi-layered design, Schreiner MediPharm’s new Pharma-Tac Plus label for infusion bottles allows ample space for pertinent information, helps ensure reliable documentation, and easily hangs to assist bedside caregivers.
Suitable for applications such as beverages, health and beauty care, and household products, ExxonMobil's new Label-Lyte 50ML580 metalized, surface-printable oriented polypropylene (OPP) film for pressure sensitive label (PSL) applications provides a consistent, attractive metallic appearance and high-speed performance.
A color laser film label for dental carpules from Schreiner MediPharm provides emissions-free marking on the carpules’ extremely narrow diameter--usually about five millimeters--and can contain variable data such as batch numbers or expiration dates.