Products and Processes

  • PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) Packaging
    PET is a popular package for food and non-food products. Manufacturers use PET plastic to package products because of its strength, thermo-stability and transparency. Customers choose PET because it is inexpensive, lightweight, resealable, shatter-resistant and recyclable.

  • HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) Packaging
    HDPE plastic bottles offer a mildly stiff impact resistant bottle, with a great moisture barrier. The HDPE plastic bottles are available in multiple shapes and sizes. Theses plastic bottles are also available in natural, white, and amber and are available with a variety of closure options.

  • LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene) Packaging
    LDPE Plastic Bottles offer good strength and chemical resistance. LDPE is unreactive at room temperatures except by strong oxidizing agents. It can withstand temperatures of 80 °C continuously and 95 °C for a short time. Made in translucent or opaque variations, it is flexible and tough. LDPE has lower tensile strength but higher resilience than LDPE.

  • PP (Polypropylene) Packaging
    PP is a good choice for product packaging because it is a highly durable material in both container and closure forms, as well PP is a good barrier against ,moisture, oil, and alcohol as well PP is resistant to many chemicals.

  • Aluminium Foil Packaging
    Light-gauge aluminum, commonly called foil, is unsurpassed as a reliable and versatile packaging material, and is ideal for protecting food, pharmaceuticals and other products from light, oxygen, moisture and contamination.

  • Kraft Paper Packaging
    Kraft paper packaging is a porous kraft paper with high elasticity and high tear resistance, designed for packaging products with high demands for strength and durability.

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Labels Material Types

  • PVC / PET Shrink Film
    Polyester has increased its market share in the shrink sleeve market because it is viewed as more environmentally friendly than PVC, but more importantly it can achieve much higher shrink rates - up to 76%. While PET generally will cost more per square inch than PVC, it can be viewed as the substrate of choice when the end application is a PET bottle or recycling of different substrates causes an issue. PET is highly printable.

  • Adhesive Label
    Adhesive labels including removable adhesive labels & short run adhesive labels. Types of labels include nameplate labels, logo labels, safety labels, warning labels, rating plate labels, agency compliance labels, variable information labels (bar code & consecutive numbering), promotional labels, schematics/configuration/instructional labels, packaging labels, tamper-evident labels, primary product & brand name labels, FDA nutritional & content labels. Labels are available in different sizes, shapes, colors & materials.

  • Lidding Film
    Our lidding films safeguard the quality and freshness of food products either in modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) or in vacuum packs.

  • OPP (Orientated Poly Propylene)
    OPP films is a low cost all purpose film ideal for packing bakery products, cakes, confectionery, stationary etc. Its versatility makes it easy to use on many different types of packaging machinery.

Printing Techniques

  • Embossing/Debossing
    Embossing creates a raised impression on stock, debossing creates a depressed impression on stock.

  • Silk Lamination/Lamination
    Silk lamination provides a soft, silk-like finish, is water-resistant, is tear-resistant, and complements vibrant colors. The effect could be glossy, dull, or satin.

  • Varnish
    A varnish is a liquid coating applied to a printed surface to add a clear glossy, matte, satin, or neutral finish.

  • Foil
    A foil layer is affixed to a certain material by a heating process.

  • Thermography
    Thermography produces raised printing similar in appearance to engraving.

  • Die Cut
    Die cut involves cutting irregular shapes in paper or paperboard using a die.

  • Letterpress
    A surface with raised letters is inked and pressed to the surface of the printing substrate to reproduce an image in reverse.

Specialty Labels

  • Barcode Label
    Barcode labels (Sheets & Rolls) are commonly used for inventory control, product pricing and point of sale scanning. Creating a barcode label is easier than you might expect.

  • RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) Label
    An RFID Label is comprised of an integrated circuit (IC) attached to an antenna that has been printed, etched, stamped or vapor-deposited onto a mount which is often a paper substrate or PolyEthylene Therephtalate (PET). The chip and antenna combo, called an inlay, is then converted or sandwiched between a printed label and its adhesive backing or inserted into a more durable structure.

  • Hologram/3D Hologram
    A printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that allows ink to transfer onto the material.

Labels Shapes

There are so many different shapes out there, and now you can make make them in label form. Stars, hearts, starbursts, square, rectangle, fancy, or round labels… make them for your own products become more attractive. You can make the labels to fit the shape and size of the product. Make special labels in any shape and size depending on products demand.