• Film materials with pioneering performance

When durability and aesthetics matter most, filmic labels deliver. Flexible and conformable, resistant to moisture, and the go-to material for the clear, “no label” look, our film materials provide the functionality you need for a diverse range of sectors, including food and beverage and home and personal care.

We offer filmic label constructions that support the efficient conversion and effortless application that are vital for labeling rigid packaging and bottles. We also have fully- and semi-conformable films for labeling curved and unusual package shapes, and topcoats for our filmic facestocks that add durability and shelf appeal while improving printability.

 

 

Get solutions from the industry innovator

Additionally, we have offerings for the broadest range of applications and set the standard for conversion efficiency, adhesion and brand aesthetics. In 1970, we launched the first filmic facestocks in Europe, and we’ve been innovating ever since, setting benchmarks for thinness, printability and film materials that advance the circularity of packaging.

Designed with circularity in mind

As brands move toward sustainability, and as governments seek to create a circular economy through increasingly strict waste regulations, we’re innovating to create the solutions this moment demands. Our products can help you meet your sustainability targets, reduce natural resource consumption and support circularity.

The flexible service you need

We introduced many of the services that are now industry standards, and we’re always looking for new ways to make buying label materials easier and more cost-effective. Learn what we can do for you by browsing our customer tools page.

 

 

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