Show who you are

with the right materials

The material for your brand identity

The material you use can say a lot about your product or brand identity and often this is not thought about enough. From luxury materials that give a premium look and feel, to those that are more natural and designed to lend an authentic air – we work with a vast array of materials and will always help you select the best choice for your project. If you are looking for a more sustainable solution our range of alternative materials can help reduce the amount of raw ‘virgin’ plastics used in your products.

Read on for more information on our most commonly used materials.

Cardboard & paper

We have cardboard and paper in all shapes and sizes, and we are fully FSC® certified. This international independent certification is awarded to show that materials for wood and paper products originate from responsibly managed forests with due consideration for the people and animals that are dependent on the forest.

Natural fibre

B500

This sturdy fibre based board with a bio coating is the perfect choice the perfect choice if you are looking for a fully biodegradable waterproof material. B500 is FSC certified.
Recyclability: Biodegradable

Bio plastic

ECO35

Are you looking for an environmentally friendly substrate that is produced from a sustainable source? Then this high-quality biobased material is ideal. It looks like plastic, is not biodegradable and is 100% recyclable.
Recyclability: 100% recyclable.
ECO35 can be mixed in the plastic waste stream with LDPE, HDPE, HDPE and PP. The capabilities of recycling facilities vary from region to region.

Plastics

Polypropylene (PP)

This highly tear-resistant material is often used for click labels and labels that have to be folded. We have three standard thicknesses: 0.28mm, 0.39mm and 0.48mm.
Recyclability: 100% recyclable.
The capabilities of recycling facilities vary from region to region.

 

Polystyrene (PS)

We recommend polystyrene for push-in labels. The advantage of polystyrene is that it is very stiff, so can be easily pushed into the compost directly. It is available in thicknesses of 0.39mm or 0.48mm.
Recyclability: 100% recyclable.
The capabilities of recycling facilities vary from region to region.

 

Recycled Plastics (RPP & RPS)

Recycled Polypropylene (RPP) & Recycled Polystyrene (RPS) No new granulate (raw virgin plastic) is used to make our RPP and RPS.

always the best
solution available
FSC® certified
suitable for recycling
or biodegradable
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