Hanita Coatings Selects Hutchison Miller Sales As Representative
NEW BRITAIN, Pa.—Hanita Coatings, an international supplier of topcoated polyester label face material to labelstock manufacturers worldwide, has chosen Hutchison Miller Sales (HMS) as its sales representative in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah, and narrow web sales throughout North America.
In this new capacity, HMS will market Hanita Coating’s line of PET topcoated films, designed to withstand demanding applications and harsh conditions.
Hanita Coatings is a leading coating, metallizing and laminating company specializing in the manufacture of topcoated polyester label face stock; digital print media; window films for solar control and glass security; high performance barrier packaging; and RFID tag antennas.
Hanita Coatings’ topcoated polyester films are compatible with any print method, offer superb ink anchorage, optimal color definition, superior print durability, long shelf life, improved scuff resistance, consistently outstanding print performance, and more.
The glossy, extremely smooth topcoat on Hanita Coatings’ films ensure excellent ink anchorage when printed by rotogravure, flexography, letterpress, offset, silkscreen and UV cure printing processes. Films are available in high gloss silver, gold, white and super-clear, in gauges from 1/2 mil (12 micron) to 7 mil (180 micron). Hanita’s topcoated label face material consistently provides superior ink anchorage, high gloss and sharp definition of print.
A prime advantage of computer generated digital print methods is their ability to print variable data on demand. With Hanita’s computer imprintable face stock, permanent information can be printed using conventional processes whilst the variable information, such as bar codes, can be added by digitally generated laser or thermal transfer (TT) printers.
Barcodes printed on PET labels with Hanita’s scuff, smudge and abrasion resistant topcoats retain long-term durability and scanability. The robust coating of these silver, translucent and white PET films makes them particularly suitable for labels exposed to tough conditions, but special coatings with high solvent and heat resistance are also available.