First impressions count. Labels are the face of your product and an extension of your brand. We offer thousands of possibilities to make your product stand out on shelf, from traditional paper labels to a minimalist non-label look, metalized finishes to unbelievable personalization options.


Paper labels might be more traditional, but they certainly don’t have to be boring or old-fashioned. We offer plenty of options including coated, uncoated, textured papers, estate papers (ideal for wines, spirits and other premium products), high-gloss, with unlimited customization for different applications.


Want colours that pop and labels that last? For high-durability applications such as doors, outdoor, industrial and things exposed to moisture, film gives you standard, clear and holographic finish options.


This decorative effect, available in gold or three varieties of silver (bright, dull, brushed), gives your label a true metal foil look that’s reflective, visually appealing and highly impactful. Ideal when you want to convey a premium look.

Specialty Materials

Whatever you need your label to do, we have the materials to make it happen. Specialty materials include:

  • Holographic labels
  • Wood labels (thin wood veneer that’s applied like regular paper)
  • Security features, such as those that show the word VOID if removed
  • Destructible labels
  • Fluorescent labels
  • Dissolvable labels (for beer bottles and other recyclables)
  • Tire labels
  • Instant redeemable coupons (IRC)
  • High temp, Kapton, polymide or polyester (Mylar) labels (links)
  • Fire resistant labels

No-Label Look

Going for a clean and modern look for your package? Ultra-clear film with ultra-clear adhesive gives you seamless graphics that can look like they’re screen printed right on the glass or plastic of your package. Ideal for beverage and health/beauty applications meant to showcase the clarity of the liquid inside.

Variable Imaging

Used for numbering, sequential bar coding and printing other data, this type of label can greatly enhance a limited-edition product (e.g. a high-end spirit or wine with a batch of only 1000 ).