We offer a wide variety of innovative and unique labelling & packaging solutions for the Wine, Beer, Commercial (FMCG) and Premium Spirit Industries
Hot foils are available in a wide range of metallic tones and are also available in matt metallic, matt black, white, transparent, holographic and diffraction patterns.
So simple yet so effective. As a label design option, embossing will bring a distinctive and classic finish to your product.
Linerless products provide a cost effective alternative to its linered counterparts.
High build is a powerful design option if you are wanting to bring some texture to your brand name, images or logo.
Flexo and Digital both have their distinct advantages. Depending on the design and application, we can advise on which printing method would work the best.
This solution allows us to manufacture marketing materials like header cards, small boxes, tags, cardboard sleeves, printed tissue, wax paper and more.
This allows our clients the flexibility to add extra printed information to the back of their labels for aesthetic reasons, label legislation or for use in competitions.
Flatbed Hot stamp foiling produces crisp detail with beautiful metallic luster on a wide variety of substrates, adding value to high end products.
Labels can be individualised with numerical numbering or variable data.
Flatbed embossing/debossing can create a detailed effect, based on the substrate being used and offers superior quality.
High-build and Screen printing lends another dynamic to the finishing of a label that you cannot only see, but feel as well.
Cold foiling is a fast, cost-effective inline process that mimicks the effect of hot foil stamping on coated papers only.
All our printing presses and slitter rewinders are equipped with high-speed video inspection systems to minimize spoils & mistakes from reaching our clients.
Accurate proofing allows us to give our clients a near perfectly proof so that before going to print, clients can foresee, not just colour, but also print issues like halftone resolutions and break away.
To keep control of colour on press, we make use of spectrophotometers to read and save colour information. This helps us keep colours to an industry acceptable tolerance.
While the design agencies that our clients work with are able to create beautiful designs, our in-house Design & DTP department is there to help make sure those designs become a reality on the press.