Labelexpo Europe 2017: Taghleef Industries to showcase wide range of specialized films

Taghleef Industries (Ti), global manufacturers of specialized films for the packaging of food and non-food products, labels, industrial and graphic arts applications, announced today that it will be attending Labelexpo 2017 from 25 – 28 September in Brussels. Taghleef will be located in Hall 5, Booth C40, displaying an unparalleled selection of BoPP films.

“We are excited to showcase our high-quality Specialty Label Films at Labelexpo Europe,” says Patrick Desies, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Taghleef Industries. “Many purchasing decisions are made subconsciously at the shelf. Our innovative films offer safe, sustainable options for a variety of high-quality packaging needs. We welcome attendees to visit our stand to experience the unique functionalities of our products.”

At Labelexpo, Taghleef will be showcasing its Specialty Label Films range, available for PSL facestock applications as well as over-laminations, IML (In Mold Label) and WAL (Wrap Around) roll-fed labels. Each film is designed according to labelling application, for either over-lamination or primary print substrate, and is suitable for gravure, flexo, offset, UV and in some cases digital printing.

In addition, Ti’s PSL portfolio is continuously expanding and one of the newest developments in the PSL portfolio is LSG. It is a white voided, very high yield facestock film with outstanding whiteness and gloss appearance.

For injection and thermoforming IML films, Ti will feature its high orange peel and ultra-high yield white voided films LIU and LIX, as well as LIM with its unique satin finish. Metallic look Titanium™ LTZ and LHZ complete the range, delivering high impact label designs.

Following the direction of lightweight packaging, LXI ultra-high yield wrap around white voided label film is a perfect choice for both converters and bottlers. LUS film for WAL applications dresses up containers with a contemporary matte finish.

Visitors to the Ti booth will also have the opportunity to see next generation films for heat shrink sleeve labels. Low-density polyolefin polymers create a sustainable, floatable solution that minimizes the impact on PET recycling systems and reduces the weight of the label compared to common shrink sleeve substrates. The exceptional shrink curve in the transverse direction (TD), guarantees up to 65% of shrinkage, offering the freedom to fully decorate containers in a wide variety of shapes and sizes with the potential for 360-degrees of eye-catching label graphics.

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