We have embraced the technological progress being made within our industry and have developed new and innovative ways to deliver labels.

The labelling industry has moved far beyond traditional paper and printing to provide a wealth of ways to communicate with customers and consumers.

And it is not just the information contained on a label that is important, but also the look and feel of it, with a growing range of typefaces, styles, colours and materials available to choose from, as advances push the boundaries of what is possible in the field.

Speed and efficiency

One of the key areas in which digital technologies have altered labelling forever is in substantially reducing the time it takes to produce labels and meet customer demands.

Large batches can now be mass produced rapidly and orders completed and shipped far faster than has previously been possible.

Information can be provided remotely in the blink of an eye and checks can be carried out quickly, with amendments made as soon as errors are spotted or changes are requested.

Innovative labelling solutions

We provide a spectacular array of options and opportunities when it comes to labelling and, with more than 40 years experience, we can deliver the technical expertise you need to realise your packaging visions to your exact specifications.

Texture can play a significant part in whether or not your label stands out from the rest, while digital technologies also mean that labels can be tamper-proof, domed or foil printed to meet the requirements of a range of industries.

We produce labels and nameplates using printing techniques from our manufacturing facilities for customers around the world. We continue to offer and invest in new digital printing capabilities including the SwissQ UV flatbed printer and 360 degree digital rotary printer.

The future of labelling

As technology advances, the labelling industry continues to innovate, with experts examining ways of incorporating 2D and 3D printing techniques into design processes and digital technologies look set to play a key role as the sector develops.