We print our labels using only the best brand-name materials which come from trusted European suppliers, who have been cooperating with us for many years. We use only the best ecological and biodegradable materials for the production of our labels.
High-quality certified paper, chlorine-free and OBA (Optical Brightening Agent) free
Certified acrylic and rubber adhesives as well as water-based inks and varnishes
Basic materials on which we work include:

1. Paper

  • semi-gloss paper – coated paper, used to enhance the visual quality of a label; used with TTR
  • vellum paper – used to achieve a dulling effect, for instance on bio product labels; used with TTR
  • thermal top-coated paper – paper coated with varnish security layer, which protects it from dampness and fats; used with thermal printers
  • thermal eco paper – uncoated paper, used with labels which are unexposed to dampness and staining; used with thermal printers
  • laser-copy paper – used in the production of A4 labels with laser and inkjet printers
  • nonstandard paper – used for special applications, individually tailored to customer’s needs

2. Films and foils

  • polypropylene (PP) or polyethylene (PE) films – white, transparent and silver films, resistant to weather and dampness
  • PET films – withstand higher temperatures during the production process
  • 'flow-pack' laminates – used for the production of flow-pack wrappings
  • cold stamping foils, which can be overprinted
  • sachet laminates – used for the production of powders and liquids

3. Adhesive-free materials
Adhesive-free foils and paper with diversified density, one or two-side coated, used as tags or tickets (for additional reprint).
Adhesive-free materials are divided into:

  • thermal cards – used with thermal printers
  • thermal-transfer cards – used with TTR
  • polyart plastic cards – used with TTR
  • synthetic plastic cards – used with TTR
  • PP and PET plastic cards – used with TTR

4. Semi-adhesive satin
Used with materials on which simple labels could be exposed to damage, e.g. carpets, garden furniture, etc.