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Post Time:Mar 10,2015Classify:Industry NewsView:403

The shape of a bottle is unique – but its decoration is diverse


Design and decoration have become increasingly important to allow products gain individuality and shelf appeal. Most customers rely on sophisticated and innovative decoration techniques to enhance and improve the branding of their products.


In recent years Stölzle decorated over 150 million bottles annually and this output has been increasing every year as the Glass Group constantly invests in state-of-the-art decoration machines and techniques in all of its three decoration sites, in France, Great Britain and Poland.


Decoration Techniques & Innovations


STO’s customers can choose from a wide range of the major traditional decoration techniques to add value to their products; these include silkscreen printing, lacquering, acid etching, gluing, (UV) hot foil stamping, decals, tampo print, sleeving, badging, and laser cutting.


The term “innovation” has been rattling around in the business world for a while now – there’s hardly a company that doesn’t lay claim to this idea. Treading new and innovative paths is a question that has also occupied those of us in the field of decoration for quite some time.


Latest innovations at Stölzle include sprayed metallisation, mask-spray, UV cured spraying or printing, digital printing, printing with special inks (fluorescent under UV light, phosphorescent—glowing in the dark, and colour changing), mirror inks, embossed lettering, and IPET.



Source: Stölzle Glass GroupAuthor: shangyi

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