Printed label

printed label
printed label
printed label
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printed, barcode, identification, adhesive
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Additional space for on-pack communication The original multi-page self-adhesive label creates additional space for information about your company or your products. Typically this might include instruction for use and correct handling, warnings and contra-indications, or information required by legislation. Adaptable to any container type, it is the ideal solution for supplying multilingual messages, making them a part of the product and allowing you to save on additional packaging. Fix-a-Form The standard multi-page product has a concertina leaflet that can be opened via a perforation on the cover. Additional perforations allow individual pages to be removed from the folded leaflet. Alternatively, the leaflet can also be completely removable, or resealable for repeated reference. Bi-Fold Opening in 2 directions to create space for graphics, charts or large amounts of texts Booklet A multipage solution that, in addition to the benefits already described, is bound as a book, in an easy fomat, particularly suitable for large numbers of pages. Versatile solutions... Offset printed leaflet for clear type and excellent four color process Flexible design and formats, in terms of size and shape Up to 13 pages (26 sides) Any number of colours With glossy and trasparent lamination to protect the leaflet Printing with variable data Barcode scanning to ensure leaflet-to-label match Both progressive and regressive numbering is possible and easy to apply Automatically applied using standards labelling machines without reduction in productivity. Arca offers a complete solution, with label applicators that work both on contact or with an air jet system, adaptable to all needs.


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