Consumables-Substrates - Film
Mactac has expanded its portfolio of security solutions by launching nine new tamper-evident labelstocks designed to help brands improve product authenticity while protecting against product tampering, retail theft, and fraud.
Toppan Printing has developed all-PET (polyethylene terephthalate) laminate monomaterial flexible packaging for individual packages. The combination of PET-based GL FILM with PET sealant enables a more readily recyclable alternative to conventional individual packaging composed of multiple materials, often including aluminum.
In response to customer requests for a high-end textured product for the label market, Nobelus has launched the new LavishLinen Virgin OverLaminate. The new film will be on display at LuxePack New York on May 15 and 16.
The Mactac Performance Adhesives Group has announced the expansion of its LAS laser products. Featuring strong layflat characteristics and compatibility with multiple adhesives and printing processes, LAS products are often used in industrial labeling applications.
Mactac announced it is now offering its cold temperature label solutions as a bundled offering, featuring four of Mactac’s cold temperature pressure-sensitive adhesives, covering the gamut of customers’ cold temperature label application needs.
Mactac Roll Label has launched a line of all-temperature pressure-sensitive paper and film for craft beer labels. The line of paper and film is formulated with a variety of facestocks and finishes and features Mactac's all-temperature adhesive technology.
Mactac has expanded its roll label product offering with the addition of LINTEC Corporation’s roll label product portfolio. In an effort to better service customers, the two organizations are consolidating roll label sales activity and have started transitioning the first phase of the consolidation.
Sophisticated label substrates have experienced exponential growth due to demand for high-end applications according to FINAT’s latest findings. Figures show that while paper based materials continue to dominate label materials demand, there has been a shift from basic primary and VIP labels towards more sophisticated, high-end applications.
S-One Labels & Packaging has signed an agreement with Toray Plastics (America) to sell flexible packaging and specialty label films to HP Indigo users in North America.
The variety of flexible substrates utilized in packaging have different needs throughout the printing and converting processes. Understanding the nuances of these materials will help ensure the best results on press.