In-Mold

About In-mold

The term "in-mold labeling" is directly derived from the technique: a preprinted polypropylene (PP) label is placed in a mold. This mold has the shape of the end product, e.g. the shape of a butter tub.

Then the molten PP is added to the mold. It fuses with the label, and while curing, takes the shape of the mold. Result: label and packaging become one.

In-mold labeling can be done in the following production processes:

  • Injection molding
  • Blow molding
  • Thermoforming

Product Advantages

  • Maximum print quality
  • Strong and hygienic
  • Shorter production time and lower production costs
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Wide range of look & feel options
  • Quick design changeovers

Product Innovations

  • Metallic IML
  • Matt and UltraGloss IML
  • DoubleSided IML
  • Peelable IML
  • Barrier IML
  • MockUp IML
  • Reverse IML

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