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CS Labels has developed a new website to support the launch of its new CS Pouches.

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CS Labels has launched a new digitally printed pouch

The firm was established in 1976 and has since moved on from producing small flexographic and screen prints to large-scale digital.

The website has been designed so that customers can easily migrate over to the CS Pouch which is manufactured using Xeikon presses.

The pouches are designed to include protected viewing windows and users’ briefs can be met through the production of high definition graphics. The manufacturing process also allows for several designs to be completed in a single run.

CS Labels says that the advantages of the new pouches include the ability for manufacturers to laminate a range of materials including clear, white and metallic. The pouches are also suitable for food and non-food products as customers have the option to request products to be made with both barrier and non-barrier films.

The pouches are designed to include protected viewing windows and users’ briefs can be met through the production of high definition graphics

CS Labels is particularly excited about the opportunities the new pouches present for waste reduction. It says that often pouches are subject to long, expensive production processes using traditional presses.

The non-digital method of producing pouches can lead to huge amounts of waste as often products that do not graduate from customer trialling lead to vast amounts of unused material because of minimum order quantities required.

If you have any comments on this story, or would like to get in touch, please email me at zoe@linkpublishing.co.uk or join the conversation on Twitter.


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