Deco Details Make the Difference
More and more brands are relying on coatings, finishes, and embellishments to transform ordinary packaging into extraordinary ones. This detailing differentiates their product from competitors and helps grab the attention of consumers at the point of purchase.
To meet this demand, we provide unlimited options for our clients to customize their packaging with a variety of colors, materials, finishes, and printings.
With molded-in color technology, precolored plastic resins are used in the plastic injection molding process so the molded part emerges in the specified color and finish. No painting, plating or other finishing steps or cost – and the color is an integral part of the component, not just on the surface, eliminating quality issues due to paint scratching or peeling. Ask us about in-mold colors.
Spray coating a container offers the ability to create a customized color, design, texture, or all – on either glass or plastic. As the name suggests, in this process containers are sprayed to attain the desired effect — from a frosted look, a textured feel, a single custom color background for further design finishing, or in any conceivable design combination with multiple colors, fades or gradients. Ask us about color sprays
Metal and metalized plastic are being used to create statement-making packages. Beauty brands are working with suppliers to create caps, palettes, compacts, and lipstick cases with high-shine finishes. Specialty coatings make glass shine, and metallic foils make paperboard cartons pop. Ask us about metalizing
The heat transfer process can be used to decorate a wide range of materials including plastics like HDPE, LDPE, SAN, PP, and many more. Worth knowing is that the process does not require pretreatment for PP at all. Ask us about heat transfer
This is our process for wrapping your designs completely around the dispensing pump or disc cap. Collar wrapping delivers a solid-state component whereby the design cannot be removed. The final effect is stunning. Ask us about water transfer
Silk screening is the method of printing where ink is forced through a photographically treated screen onto the container/closure to be decorated. There are many types of inks that can be used including epoxy-based and UV curable. Colors are applied one at a time, with a new screen for each color. Ask us about silk screen printing