Companies are always seeking a way to differentiate their products from their competitors. Ultimately one of the best options to do just this is through custom product labeling. It is easier than ever to work with a manufacturer to design and produce a custom label that is customized to fit your unique desires. There are many options to choose from in product labeling from shrink sleeves to flexible packaging. Many producers of product throughout the United States struggle to comprehend just how many options there are when it comes to product packaging and custom product labels. Below we will look at the five most popular options available within the industry.
Shrink sleeve labeling is a fairly new concept to hit the market and is quickly becoming a favorite with the beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. This type of label offers a three-hundred-and-sixty-degree area in which to market your product. No matter what shape your product is, shrink sleeves can conform to it.
This is particularly useful for uniquely shaped bottles which are comprised of multiple curves and edges. Shrink sleeves will adjust to the shape of the bottle which allows graphic designers to design a label that attracts consumers from all angles. Custom shrink sleeve labels work on a number of packaging materials including aluminum, glass, and plastic. They are incredibly durable and offer the ability to create a tamper-proof seal to any product.
One of the trickiest labels is for products that require no definite shape. This includes your pet food, detergent, snack foods, and more. Flexible packaging offers a way to label and contain these products. Flexible pouches can be designed using any type of device you desire for containment from press to close zippers to spouts that open and close. Flexible packaging is a cost-effective manner in which to package your product and customize a unique label.
This type of labeling also allows an all-around, 360 degrees coverage. The difference here is that roll-fed labels work best for regular shapes. Let’s say if your product was a uniquely shaped bottle, then the roll-fed label wouldn’t fit. This limitation makes this type of labeling economical. The new printing methods that have been introduced allow an enhanced graphic print on roll-fed labels.
Cut and Stack Labels
The regular items that do not have anything unique to them can stick with the cut and stack labels. The label is customized to the exact size of the item. Generally, this label type is used for tin packaging. It is also well-suited for household use. The label is shrink-wrapped onto the container to ensure the perfect application.
Of course, the choice of your custom labeling method will depend on the nature of your product as well as the aim you have. For example, if you want an attention-grabbing label, shrink sleeves will work best. If you’re looking for something economical, roll-fed labeling will be your best choice. Bottom line is that custom labeling has been made easier than it ever was, all with the help of these multiple different types of labeling techniques.
Learn more about Anchor Printing and their vast line of custom product label & packaging options including: Shrink Sleeve Labels, Flexible Packaging, Roll-Fed Labeling, Pressure Sensitive and Cut & Stack Labels at http://www.anchorprinting.com. To contact one of our label specialists call toll free at 800.748.0209 or via email at email@example.com.