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Green Jasmine Tea Bottle
Tomato ketchup squeeze bottle
Olive oil bottle
Pressure Sensitive Labels
- Withstands exposure to sun, oxidation and moisture
- Mono layer for optimum recyclability
- Ideal surface for perfect design and text clarity
- Runs at optimum efficiency on machines
- Endless design possibilities
- Holographic looks to lend appeal and attract attention
- Both contemporary and timeless
- High quality product
- Compatible with all contemporary printing techniques
- Adaptable to any size and style of bottle, tub or container
- Runs as paper, so easily interchangeable on printing machines
Greater commercial appeal
Great looking labels that help increase the marketability of brands with product labels that look not just good, but great.
Quality labels of any kind come at a cost. Metallized paper labels help brands know they’re getting the best return value on their investment.
Brands aren’t looking for one purchase, they’re looking to create long term connections and repeat customers. Memorable label? Better chances consumers will be back more than once…
|AR Metallizing Pro support||Included|
|Weight||Up to 150 gr|
|Available in UltraShine|
Copper, Polished black chrome, Polished brass, Polished bronze, Polished chrome, Polished gold-optic, Polished nickel, Polished rose gold, Stainless steel optic
|Available in Holographic|
|Available two sided coating|
|Print methods||Gravure, Offset, Flexography|
|Augmented Reality Prototype||On request|
|Other finishes and options||Contact us|
Benefits for printers
Metallized paper helps you cater to a broader range of brands and customers by offering a label facestock that's more commercially valuable and attractive. Even better is that you can do it without needing to change your printing infrastructure. Our paper:
- Suitable to nearly all printing press equipment
- Optimized to perform well with a large variety of inks
- Performs efficiently on printing presses to maximize impressions per minute
- Provides excellent surface characteristics for printing
- Is eco-friendly
Benefits for convertors
Our metallized paper helps you reach new customers in the best way possible: without increasing your overhead. Our papers are easy to work with, operationally efficient and help your clients boost their sales. Our paper helps you to:
- Gain operational efficiency
- Improve entire waste streams
- Support market entry in the minimum timeframe
- Provide a reliable supply chain which also affords you flexibility when you need it
- Provide an eco-friendly face stock that is available globally
Benefits for brands
The way your product looks in-store is a key factor in its sale. Our product provides provable benefits for your brand: they give your customers the impression of a premium product which is great value for money. This helps you to:
- Catch and retain consumer attention
- Differentiate your brand and products from the competition
- Convey to consumers that brand is of high quality
- Nurture brand connection
- Support market entry with successful launches of new brands
Leave a lasting impression with a label that has a smooth, high gloss surface
Ideal surface to ensure excellent printing definition and clarity
Supports fast market entry
A reliable supply chain which also affords you flexibility when you need it
Runs as paper and printable in all contemporary printing techniques
Quality closely monitored through production process to offer reliable, high quality product
Safety and reliability
Meets all standard industry and regulatory requirements
Strikes the perfect balance between economy and quality
Mono-material: a sustainable and recyclable alternative to film and foil
Variety of widths
Available in different widths to fit your equipment
With a label that's bolder and brighter than the competition, you're guaranteed to get your products noticed
FAQ about Pressure Sensitive Labels
What are the essential characteristics of metallized paper for pressure sensitive labels?
Metallized paper is an ideal face stock for pressure-sensitive labels for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it is hugely attractive before it’s even been branded or has imagery or text added. Naturally glossy with its eye-catching metallic aesthetic, brands can leverage its appeal to convey a premium and high-value feel to their customers.
How can our metalized paper help printers and converters gain new clients?
By offering metallized paper labels to brands using pressure-sensitive applications, you’re actively presenting a solution that is cost-effective, but significantly boosts shelf appeal when compared to less attractive face stock options. Our metallized paper is made into labels that give brands the premium look they’re after.
How can our metallized paper help you cater to growing demand for pressure-sensitive labels?
While brands are most often focused on using a label that looks great, elevates their products and increases shelf appeal, for expert printers and converters like yourselves, producing a perfect pressure-sensitive label is about multiple processes coming together perfectly. For your clients, there is often an understanding that pressure-sensitive labels are just a case of ‘print, cut and stick’ but it’s more complicated than that, as you well know.
What can pressure-sensitive labels be used for?
Pressure-sensitive labels can be a popular choice because they eliminate the need to work with glue (necessary for wet-strength or general cut and stack labels, for example) and there isn’t any need for heat or water to make the label stick. This means that pressure-sensitive applications may be suitable for lower production numbers or are convenient for brands or converters who want the relative ease of label application without glue. Pressure-sensitive applications are fuss-free and potentially less messy than applications with glue.
How are pressure-sensitive labels made?
Pressure-sensitive label stock is made up of three main parts: the face stock (in our case, we supply metallized paper face stock), an adhesive layer in the middle and the liner. Only the face stock is visible on the final label; the adhesive layer is too thin to see and the liner, which simply serves as a protective layer for the adhesive, is later discarded. When the liner is peeled off and reveals the adhesive layer, applied pressure will stick the label to the container in question. There are various types of pressure-sensitive label – for example, some have extra-strength adhesions, and others are repositionable. Converters and brands will work together to decide on the right adhesion necessary for the end product, but pressure-sensitive labels are suitable to be used on a variety of materials and ideal for resisting high or low temperatures.
What is metallized paper?
As a kid, did you ever condense your breath on a mirror? We did. The art of metallizing is very similar.