New, UK In-Mould Labelling facility

Systems Labelling has launched its In-Mould Labelling facility in Runcorn North West England.

The specialist label printer has a long history of supplying self-adhesive labels to a broad range of sectors and is entering the IML market with a production team specifically recruited for the task.

High quality pre-cut labels supplied individually stacked or on a reel are a cost effective way of decorating containers and lids with high quality and vibrant graphics. The application process involves injection moulding the label into the products packaging. 

Sales Director Tony Exford commented This exciting development enhances our product offering and will provide further options for our customers in addition to attracting new business from many sectors. He adds Technology continues to advance in the label industry and we are committed to leading the market through investing in innovative equipment and highly skilled personnel. We have already secured some lucrative business for this new label type, and with more to follow we are extremely excited by the opportunities this will provide our organisation.

About Systems Labelling Limited

Systems Labelling Limited was formed in 1989 and originally supplied label printing systems, equipment and labels to a variety of sectors. A successful shift in strategy over the years has developed the business into a strong player in the flexographic label printing industry.

Employing 75 staff working 24/5 with a turnover of 10m+ last year Systems Labelling is committed to innovation whilst providing environmentally friendly products across a broad range of sectors including, dairy, food, industrial, household, logistics, beverage and cosmetics. Predominantly within the UK market. 

A forward thinking environment Systems Labelling is committed to the ethos that innovation leads to profitability. The continuous investment programme in technology, equipment, skills and R&D is testament to this.

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