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Our office will be closed Thursday, December 25th and Thursday, January 1st.
We will be closing early on Wednesday, December 24th and Wednesday, December 31st . For assistance with any orders please contact your Account Manager.
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Happy Thanksgiving to our Label Productions customers!
We will be closed, Thursday November 27th and Friday, November 28th for the holiday.
We will also be closing at 2pm on Wednesday, November 26th.
For assistance with your order, please contact your Account Manager and we’d be happy to assist you. Thank you!
We’re pleased to announce our new offline bottling service will soon be offered at Label Productions! Our new equipment will be available as a small run bottling line for private labels, wedding labels, wine, olive oil, etc. For technical specifications and/or pricing information please contact Susan at email@example.com.
Label Productions will be closed Wednesday, December 25th and Wednesday, January 1st.
We will be closing early on Tuesday, December 24th and Tuesday, December 31st – for assistance with any orders please contact your Customer Service Representative. Our team would like to wish you happy holidays and a prosperous new year!
Label Productions will be closed Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th.
We will be closing early on Wednesday, November 27th – for assistance with any orders please contact your Customer Service Representative.
Our dedication to our customers and products have been featured by InTouch Labels!
From time to time we all have to deal with difficult projects and tight deadlines. Sometimes, we might have to shift production schedules or ask someone to work overtime to meet a customer’s needs. One label printer in California took this concept a step further.
Label Productions, based in Temecula, CA was faced with a difficult challenge when their largest customer, the Original Super Glue, need to decrease production times for their product labels. The customer required a two-ply coupon label with printing on each layer, with diecutting and trim-waste removal. The Original Super Glue company uses the coupon labels on their smaller bottles to increase sales of their slightly larger bottles. Consumers peel back the top layer to have access to the coupon. This is the simple part. Quickly and efficiently producing the labels is the tricky part.
Label Productions opted to retrofit their Mark Andy 2200 flexo press with a web-translator module that creates multilayer film coupon/labels from a single web. Steve Hamelback, president of Label Productions said, “Our largest customer needed to move to better lead times. We have at lease 500 different SKUs for this one company because we may do work for their private labels that go to Mom-and-Pop hardware stores, and then we may do 1,200 or even a couple labels for its actual customers.”
The new printing method prints the layers of the label side-by-side, with a slit down the center to easily place the top layer over the bottom layer. Without the retrofit, Label Productions had to print each layer separately, which took too much time. “The entire process is done in-line, “ explains Hamelback, “We’re able to print the 5-inch wide top layer and the 5-inch wide bottom layer at the same time. The layers are translated, the liner gets peeled, and then through a series of idlers and web-length adjustments they are married together. We can do the same five colors in the same path on both layers.”
It sounds like Label Productions came up with a great way to improve production times, satisfy their customer, and add another capability to their operation. Overall, I think it shows a great dedication to their work and commitment to their customer.
To read the article “Change that Sticks” on InTouch’s website, click here.