Conserving Nature through Technology & Innovation
Less Reliance on Finite Resources

In this day and age, natural resources are becoming rarer and rarer due to the ever increasing demand. Researchers around the world have made a joint effort to develop sustainable alternatives to help us reduce our consumption of natural resources. Our technical specialists have been working away to incorporate more and more sustainable materials into our products to cut back on the use of materials derived from natural resources, as well as those derived from petroleum based chemicals. We will continue to find newer and more sustainable alternatives as an effort to continuously improve our products whilst contributing towards the future of sustainable living. 

FSC Certified Paper

FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) is a non-profit organisation that was established to promote responsible management of the global forest resources, especially those that go into the production of paper. We understand that an increasing number of brands have shifted to FSC certified products, which is why we have prepared a product series designed especially to meet the needs of our clients in this segment. Our FSC certified range is comprehensive and covers all of the major applications in the field. We will continue to expand on this range to achieve a full coverage of all applications across applicable industries.  

Wash Off Label

Wash off labels are a key component in the recycling of plastic PET bottles and packages. The label must be durable yet easy to dislodge without leaving any traces of adhesive once the bottle enters the recycling process. Since the recycling process may differ from one place to another, we can tweak and modify the properties of the label to complement your process to achieve an efficient and seamless result. 

Sustainable Alternatives to the Conventional Label

Plastic has always been hailed as one of the best inventions of all time thanks to its versatility and its contribution towards the advancement of technology throughout modern history. One of the major drawbacks, however, is the difficulty in sorting and recycling used plastics, which has resulted in an overwhelming build-up of plastic wastes in the last few decades. This problem has given us the opportunity to develop our sustainable range of products, which includes filmic labels made from recycled paper pulps and biodegradable labels that can decompose in nature. 

These greener alternatives rival plastic labels in terms of quality and performance, but with an added benefit of reduced burden on the environment. 

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