The wine and spirits industry pays great attention to details when it comes to the labels decorating their bottles. More and more producers differentiate themselves by applying labels with very advanced designs and sophisticated features combined with easy brand recognition. The bottle has to catch the buyer’s eye when browsing the shelves.

One of the elements, which makes this segment challenging to many printers, is the use of special substrates. A wine label will often be printed on textured, non-coated paper. These porous vintage papers call for both flexo and especially offset printing methods.

The demands for precision are high, because this segment in many cases uses spot colours. Flexography/offset/screen printing is the unique combination that will provide you with quality results.

Nilpeter is specialised within this field, and we offer in-depth knowledge sharing, consultancy, and training to our customer, and we combine it with matching LEAN technologies. We configure each solution to match the specific printing requirements by including the exact right special applications.

A label feature often selected is high-built varnish. Nilpeter’s screen printing is outstanding in its flexibility in connection with the various screen material types and structures. And it is unique because all screen types apply to Nilpeter’s platform.

To accommodate the demand for high-quality embellishments, Nilpeter provides various types of hot foiling, both rotary and flatbed foiling, which also enables sculptured hot foiling. Furthermore, combination or stand-alone flatbed-heated embossing for deep, precisely sculptured embossing is also an option. Or you may choose gravure for special solutions with full-bodied metallic colours. With the flexibility of Nilpeter’s MO-Line and FA-Line, the label designers get absolute freedom to make extremely complex and outstanding designs for uniquely intense and fresh labels.

Nilpeter’s servo technology and automation, combined with our innovations in flatbed foiling/embossing and die-cutting, supersede other solutions for ultra-short jobs, including translative printing systems and digital printing.

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