Print-O-Tape, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of custom pressure sensitive labels for decorative and secondary packaging. Our extensive experience and history of innovation provides us with a solid understanding of brand imaging and packaging objectives. From design to production, through field application of your labels, our dedicated professionals will be there every step of the way to ensure we meet or exceed your expectations.
Our on-press capabilities include both traditional and UV Flexographic processes, multi-sided printing and die cutting, and lamination. Our many presses range in web widths of 4″ to 20″ and can print in up to 9 colors. Choose from over 3,000 stock cutting dies and perforation tools when deciding on the size and shape of your label. Labels can be supplied in roll form for automatic application, or can be supplied sheeted, fan-folded, or individually to meet your needs.
These primary packaging labels are designed with brand image and brand identification in mind. Constructed and printed to increase shelf appeal, manufacturing of these labels employs a wide variety of application specific materials and printing techniques. Creative design can encourage brand loyalty and reinforce brand identification.
Clear, “No Label Look” Labels
These clear labels are produced on Print-O-Tape’s Clear on Clear pressure sensitive material, providing exceptional clarity upon application to your container. Utilizing both UV Flexographic and printing technology, these labels afford the consumer a virtually clear view of your product while allowing for highly creative graphic appeal.
Fifty years of experience has taught us that, while often times similar, no two label applications are identical. We treat each label we produce as a custom product, designed for a unique purpose. Our trained professionals will conduct a thorough label application survey to assess and analyze each element of your label application. The information obtained from this survey will assist us in determining the characteristics required for optimal label performance.