We provide digital, flexographic, silk screen, and variable data printing along with specialty converting. Our highly experienced staff can suggest many options for your labels.
The workhorse of our industry, this printing process uses a flexible relief plate. It is essentially a modern version of letterpress that can be used for printing on almost any type of substrate, including plastic, metallic films, cellophane, and paper. We have seven flexographic presses capable of printing up to eight colors, including four-color process, with multiple UV dye stations. This option works well for:
- Adhesive printing
- Higher volumes
- Large labels
- Multiple die cuts
We achieve breakthrough productivity and advanced color management with our HP Indigo WS6600 Digital Press—the leading narrow-web digital printing solution for the highest labels and packaging production to create innovative and impactful campaigns. It’s a great option for:
- Almost any size run
- Corporate identity
- Extreme colors
- High-quality graphics
- Multiple SKUs
- Printing on a large variety of in-house printable substrates
- Variable data
This is a common printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate. It works well for:
- Consecutive numbering
- Extremely durable printing
- Specialty constructions
- Standard and specialty adhesives
Talk to us about our value-added operations that are performed after the ink has been applied to the paper.
Make and hold
We can customize a timed-release program to fit your needs based on large volume orders. We do not bill you until we ship.
Tell us what you need. We offer in-house design services, custom color-matching, and a pre-press department that will review and prepare your files for print.
Our design staff will work closely with you to match colors, graphics, and fonts to ensure the highest degree of reproduction integrity. Whether your design is supplied electronically, camera-ready, or we create it for you, you can be confident it will share the look your customers have come to recognize. Through samples and proofs, you can be assured that what you see is what you get.