Reynders displays specialty labels for pharmaceutical industry

By 12 Jul 2012

Reynders Label Printing India showcased the innovative label solutions for the pharmaceutical industry at Pack Plus 2012.

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Reynders stall showcasing innovative label technology

The label printing firm displayed different type of labels which included hanger labels, duo labels trio labels, injection labels, flag labels, multilayer labels and booklet labels.

Gaurav Jha, sales manager at Reynders Label Printing India, said, “We offer specialty labels for pharmaceutical industry. Our specialty is multilayer and booklet labels. As per my knowledge, nobody in India offers these kinds of labels.”

Jha added, “We provide booklet labels starting with eight- and up to 24-pages booklet labels. These booklets provide the solution for those who have a lot to tell. Size doesn’t matter and the information on the first page is always duplicated on the last one so you can remove the label without removing the compulsory information.”

Reynders uses special technique for multilayer and booklet labels.

Jha said, “We have special technology for producing these specialty labels. These labels are produced keeping the product in mind. We educate our end customers about the use of specialty labels.”

Worldwide, Reynders has altogether eight plants with more than 60 printing presses with more than 450 printing stations. The plant in India is located at Rajasthan and is equipped with Gallus narrow web flexo presses which produce these labels.

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