Shrink Sleeve Labels & Bands(5 companies)
Plastic-based shrink film that is enveloped tightly around a product for its label, such as a full body label around a single-serve bottle of orange juice. Neck bands are shrink sleeves applied to the neck of a glass or plastic bottle to form a semi-rigid tamper-evident feature, such as bands around the neck of a bottle of salad dressing. Shrink bands can also be applied over the top of a closure to provide tamper deterrence and tamper evidence, such as a shrink sleeve over a bottle of aspirin or a bottle of water with a pop-up sport closure. Considering switching to a new container, material? If you need a new package or consumable, explore these articles to help guide your next purchase.
Amcor Rigid Packaging
Amcor supplies roll-fed labels and roll-fed shrink labels are designed to showcase brand image, high-impact graphics and unique container shapes. Peelabel is a premium peelable banderole, printable on both sides and featuring an overlacquer on the outer layer laminated with plastic on the inner layer. SmartTack™ Die Cut Resealable Label is designed as a convenience feature for applications such as lids of deli meat.
American Fuji Seal Inc.
Fuji Seal developed the shrink sleeve label in 1961 for the first time. Initially, it was adopted as a cap seal to cover the mouth of drinking containers. Today, Fuji Seal’s wide range of shrink sleeve labels are made of a heat-shrinkable film and are the only label that fits perfectly into any containers' shape. Fuji Seal’s shrink sleeves are used in various fields of industry, including beverage, food, home and personal care and pharmaceutical products. Beside displaying product information, Fuji Seal also provides labels with various functions that are environmentally friendly.
In addition to its converting, extrusion, laminating and printing services, ColorMasters produces high-quality, roll-fed labels. The ColorMasters label plant is capable of producing laminated structures for straight wall and moderate shrink applications labels as well as monoweb clear and opaque structures from both offshore and domestic suppliers. Label capabilities include reverse or surface printing, luminescent or optical registration marks, slit widths from 1.299- to 6.5 in., repeat lengths from 6- to 16-in. and industry standard cores of 6 in. inside diameter with ⅜ in. wall thickness. Custom cores are also available. ColorMasters offers 10 color flexographic or digital printing options for its labels.
Kolinahr Systems offers all types of labels from custom four-color labels to stock white thermal and thermal transfer labels, including pressure-sensitive labels complementing its line of pallet label applicators. Label products include the Black Rhino™ stock labels and tags, available in thermal transfer, direct thermal and color inkjet printable formats, designed for strength and tear resistance; available in permanent and freezer-grade adhesive formats.
Fort Dearborn is a supplier of decorative label and packaging solutions including: cut and stack, in-mold, pressure sensitive, roll-fed, shrink and stretch sleeve labels, flexible packaging and promotional printing (including coupons, extended content labels, hang tags). Fort Dearborn also supplies stretch sleeve label application equipment.
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