What types of Labelling do we offer?
Bespoke Label Application (post manufacture)
This form of label application is now offered on almost all products. We are able to offer both hand applied labelling solutions as well as machine applied options and our digitally printed labels are produced on state of the art HP Indigo presses (providing arguably the highest quality print in the industry). Digital printing allows for unique designs to be printed one after the other without need for printing plates, this lends itself very well to promotional products, shorter runs or marketing campaigns. Labels in this process can be made from paper, plastic (PP), foil or even more extravagant options such as wood or cork. The most common styles include:
Labels are applied at our production facility (William Say & Co – www.wsay.co.uk). For more information, please contact us with details of your product or project.
In Mould Labelling
This form of label application is only available on certain injection moulded plastic items. In mould labelling differs from the above as labels are inserted directly into the mould that produces the packaging product. Liquid plastic flows into the mould, and around the label before setting – this means the label is made into the product, and cannot be removed. This is often a more durable and cost effective option, but it does come with higher minimum commitment levels. For more information, please contact us with details of your product or project.
P. Wilkinson Containers Ltd. Company No. 594284
Registered address & trading address: 20 Verney Road, London. SE16 3DY.
VAT No. GB 243 5343 77
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