The Art of Metallizing

The Art of Metallizing

We proudly craft metallized paper and films to offer premium brands high end packaging and labeling solutions.

It's a science and an art.

Our configurator is worth a thousand words

Innovative yet simply beautiful

However, what you do see is the end result.

A bright, distinctive and eye-catching material well fitted to wrap brand stories, worldwide.

Same look, 0% plastic.

Our metallized packaging and labelling solutions enable premium brands to maintain, or even improve, their trusted look and feel, without the use of plastics.

  • Aluminum, a natural resource: Aluminum is light, durable, functional and given by mother earth mostly in bauxite rocks.
  • A vapor thin layer: A microscopic thin layer of aluminum, approximately 30 nanometers thick, is evaporated and applied to the surface of the paper.
  • Ecological alternative: By evaporating aluminum on paper, our papers are recyclable in the same manner as standard coated papers.

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FAQ about The Art of Metallizing

  • Our metallized paper offers the following ecological advantages: • Metallized papers are recyclable • We operate a low waste ratio operation – any raw materials aren’t used as part of our metallizing process are simply recycled

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  • We’re often asked, however, exactly what makes our product different than the other metallized finishes out there for packaging and labels: isn’t it easier to use metallic inks? In fact, why use metallized paper at all?

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  • We’re often asked, however, precisely what it is that makes our product different than the other metallized finishes out there for packaging and labels: what does metallized paper deliver that foils don’t? Are foils cheaper? Which option is better for the environment?

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  • We’re often asked, however, exactly what makes our product different than the other metallized options out there for packaging and labels.

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  • We’re often asked, however, precisely what it is that makes our product different than the other metallized finishes out there for packaging and labels: why not use transfer metallizing? What are the advantages of metallized paper? In fact, why use metallized paper at all?

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