Labels are indispensable in most industries – from optimizing procurement, production and logistics processes to effectively presenting brand identity and informing end customers. The requirements for labels differ significantly depending on the industry and area of application.

Over the decades we have gained experience with customers from a wide range of industries. Accordingly, our processes are flexibly adapted to the different quality and functional requirements. As our customers, you can rely on our experience. Wherever possible, we respond to your needs flexibly and at short notice and work together to develop individual solutions according to your requirements.

Industry Examples

Some label requirements are universal for all industries. Examples of this would be a visually structured and attractive design of the labels or a clear and easy-to-read typeface. These are basic requirements for important information to be conveyed by the label.

In addition, many industries have special requirements. On the one hand, this can relate to external conditions that the label has to withstand. On the other hand, this may be due to particularly strict regulatory framework conditions. But it can also refer to the presentation of your own brand identity.

  1. Chemical industry:
    Chemical labels are subject to the strictest regulatory requirements because they often contain dangerous, incompatible or environmentally harmful substances. We have many years of experience working with chemical companies and their special requirements.
  2. Cosmetics industry:
    Focus of cosmetic labels is usually on the high-quality presentation of your own brand identity. At the same time, a lot of information about ingredients, warnings and application aids must be accommodated in a limited space.
  3. Automotive industry:
    In the automotive industry, labels are often exposed to particularly demanding external conditions. Accordingly, our labels can be abrasion, heat and chemical resistant to accommodate automotive production processes.
  4. Food industry:
    On the one hand, labels in the food industry have to accommodate a lot of information in a small space, such as ingredients, nutritional values, expiry dates and allergy information. On the other hand, they must meet strict legal requirements regarding consumer protection and food safety.
  5. Logistics industry:
    When it comes to logistics labels, the focus is on efficient process support throughout the entire supply and storage chain. Barcode labels are particularly widespread here.
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