Digital and conventional printing have long been considered to be complementary technologies. However, when combined as hybrid printing technology, it can bring the best of both worlds to a single solution.
Continuing advances in conventional and digital production give printers and converters new ways to make corrugated board work just as well for high-graphic packaging as it does for traditional applications.
A combination of technological advancements in flexography have kept the conventional printing process at the forefront of the package printing industry.
Expanding opportunities and technological advancements have led narrow-web printers to grow beyond labels, and into flexible packaging and shrink sleeves.
Packaging plays an essential role in the relationship between brands and consumers. A successful package requires strong communication between brand owners, designers, and printers.