For manual or automatic application, we produce all kinds of labels and tags (normal and thermal) for the food industry (bakeries, butchers, fishmongers, fruit stores, supermarkets, etc.) and also for the non-food industry.
All tags/labels can be manufactured with different types of glue, namely, for frozen products, permanent glue and also removable glues.
We produce thermal labels for all types of thermal printers and for printers/applicators and scales with built-in printers. Our thermal labels guarantee adequate optical reading of bar codes and other informational and distinctive elements of the products, and for each type of product we use a specific glue, certified for direct contact with food.
Indicated for short term applications such as travel labels, logistics, retail, ticket printing, etc., these labels have a special coating that makes them sensitive to heat, which is why they do not need printing ribbons since the printing is done by thermal transfer printers.
We produce thermal labels for all types of thermal printers and for printers/applicators and scales with built-in printers.
Our thermal labels always guarantee adequate optical reading of bar codes and other informational and distinctive elements of the products, and for each type of product we use a specific glue, all certified for direct contact with food.
Compared to half-gloss or gloss paper labels, matte labels ensure a longer lasting impression and this is the main reason why they are commonly chosen, that is, when the main purpose of labeling is durability. However, on matte labels, print quality and contrast are inferior compared to semi-gloss or gloss paper. It’s up to the customer to consider the advantages and disadvantages of each of these alternatives.
Generic characteristics of matte labels:
– Durability of printing
– Resistance of paper to slightly damp environments and thermal variations
– Excellent adhesion to a wide variety of materials
– Certified for direct contact with food
Semi-gloss labels are an intermediate solution between matte and gloss labels.
Semi-gloss is a finish that gives the label a more appealing image and, compared to matte paper, the print quality is superior. However, these labels are less durable than matte labels. Despite their lower durability, semi-gloss labels also guarantee good resistance to slightly damp environments and thermal variations.
The adhesive (glue) of semi-gloss labels provides excellent adhesion to many types of surfaces or materials.
High-gloss labels are the recommended solution when the idea is to give the label a very glossy finish. The high-gloss solution guarantees great print quality and a very shiny effect.
Again, the choice between matte, semi-gloss or high-gloss is up to the customer depending on the intended final result.
Labels on special papers for oenology
Special for the production of wine, liqueur and spirits labels, these papers usually have a higher quality and grammage, as well as different effects and textures.
Depending on how one intends to position a given brand or product in the market, the use of this type of paper can play a very important role due to the added value that it effectively brings to the final result either visually and also in what concerns the consumers shopping and consumption experience.
Labels on metallic papers
Metallized papers are often used in labels that require a distinctive and impactful look as these papers give a remarkable shine and impeccable finish.
As the label plays a decisive role in the positioning and differentiating process of a brand / product, this type of paper, given its characteristics, can make a real contribution in this process.