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Denny Bros to unveil full colour synthetic multi-page label

PKBR Staff Writer Published 11 September 2017

Denny Bros is set to launch its full color multi-page label at Packaging Innovations trade show scheduled on 13 and 14 September 2017 at London Olympia on Stand C20.

The company designed a full color triple decker synthetic label for the first time which can print five panels in color along a 3ply synthetic label in very few print passes.

In few processes, the triple decker synthetic label can print in full color throughout the entire booklet.

Denny Bros quality manager Nick Theobald said: “We predict it will appeal to many cosmetics, e-liquids, agrochemical and other chemical manufacturers, as it is virtually indestructible.”

At the trade show, the packaging company will exhibit its wet peel labels, e-liquid label print services, fold out and booklet labels along with the multi-page label.

The company will demonstrate the process of integrating special characteristics into their labels including moisture resistance, security and tamper-evident features, unique or random codes, braille and others.

Denny Bros senior marketing executive Stephie Castling said that the firm will showcase all its products from diverse sectors including pharma, agri-chemical and other informational sectors like e-liquids.

Adding on Castling said, the trade show acts as barrier to meet potential customers.

Family-owned printing business, Denny Bros, has invented first multi-page labeling solutions called as Fix-a- Form in late 1970’s. Since then the company is serving label printing companies in 50 countries across the world.

Denny Bros was established in 1945 by Douglas and Russell Denny.