Printed Mailing Box

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Printing Processes, Finishing Options and Raw Materials We Use For Our Printed Mailing Box

Printing options depending on print runs and print quality required:

– Offset Printing – most common for short runs of paper and cardboard
– Flexographic Printing – can print on all types of paper, cardboard and plastic
– Digital Inkjet Printing – nozzle application, can process all types of material and inks
– Digital Laser Printing – laser digital print of variable data
– Hot Stamping Printing – hot foil or relief print and stamp of a variety of surfaces

Print Finishing and Converting

– Folding and Glueing – finishing of all types of boxes, envelopes, bags and others
– Embossing – relief print, for additional effect or blind reading
– Foil stamping – hot foil stamping for exclusive look and touch
– Wet lamination – glue-based lamination on paper and cardboard
– Thermal lamination – thermal lamination for shiny surface and finish
– Window patching – a window of plastic transparent material on envelopes and boxes

Packaging materials we can process

– Cardboard GD/GC 140-800 gsm – 16 different shades for luxury packaging applications and top quality print
– Corrugated material E, F, B, C and H flute – all possibles types of corrugated materials in white and brown for boxes and combinations from these types
– Coated papers – 50-180 gsm for envelopes – a huge variety of papers for envelopes, paper bags and stationery
– Kraft and natron papers for paper packaging and wrapping of luxury products and wares
– Laminated and coated stock for packaging – our luxury packaging materials that we produce in-house