1. Semi-glossy paper (acrylic glue)
The most popular and most commonly used material for label production. However, the material tears, is not resistant to moisture and grease. If resistance to moisture and grease is required, we recommend choosing a semi-glossy film.
2. White glossy film (acrylic glue)
The material is most widely used in the food industry, where moisture and grease resistance of labels is required. The material does not tear.
3. Matte paper (acrylic glue)
Used to produce information labels: with translation texts, barcodes, etc. The material can be
written on with a pen. However, the material tears and is not resistant to moisture and grease.
4. Wine paper (acrylic glue)
White, matte, 90 g/m² paper with a soft felt pattern made from FSC® raw material. The material is used for labelling beer, wine and other beverages.