Flexographic printing's photo-realistic quality is used in food, healthcare, household and beauty & personal care markets. The saturation build and consistency between colors delivers photo-realistic images on any substrate with Flexographic printing. The artwork moves with the package as it is engaged by the consumer.
Iconic printing is proprietary to Berry primarily for food market customers who desire a photo-realistic look on their label to enhance their package. This hybrid type of Flexographic printing is designed to print onto 3-D containers and lids when utilizing the traditional four-color process (CMYK + 2 spot colors and varnish).
In-Mold Labeling offers a triple threat benefit…design, durability and distinction. The functional and aesthetic benefit caters to improved shelf appearance and label endurance for your package. A pre-printed, polypropylene label is placed into a mold cavity that is identical to the final package. When plastic resin fills the cavity, the label is permanently fused to the package therefore making a solutions on lids and containers across almost every market.
Pad printing can deliver production level printing on almost any surface. Textured surfaces often require Pad printing in order to legibly deliver instructions and required messages on vials and syringes within healthcare for measuring and dosage indentation. Pad printing can also be seen on some beverage products.
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Berry Receives Prestigious Customer Sustainability Award from Sika Corporation for 30% PCR Container
Berry Global recently won Sika Corporation’s first North American Sustainable Packaging Challenge. Berry’s customer, Sika, hosted a call for sustainable packaging solutions among suppliers.
Berry Global's Sustainable Tubes Receive Prestigious Awards for Outstanding Decoration Capabilities
As a leader in decoration, Berry Global announced its acceptance of two awards from the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) annual Excellence in Flexography Awards. Berry began its long history of winning the prestigious FTA awards in 2012. Known for its excellent print clarity and attention to detail, customers look to Berry to produce highly decorated packaging with high-impact shelf presence.
Interview Highlights Inhalation Innovations
An interview with two senior personnel from Berry Global Healthcare in the Pharmaceutical Post has provided a spotlight on Berry’s latest developments and initiatives in the important inhalation market.
Progress of the Holygrail Initiative
One of plastics’ greatest strengths is its versatility, with numerous different polymers available, each offering various performance criteria. This gives the material the flexibility and adaptability to be the perfect choice for so many different products and applications.