Avery Dennison and Mactac at Fespa 2022

Expanding product portfolios with the latest innovations

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Avery Dennison and Mactac
Avery Dennison and Mactac further expand their product portfolios for Fespa 2022. Photo Avery Dennison

Fespa 2022 will see Avery Dennison’s very latest innovations – with a range of cutting-edge creations from the Avery Dennison and Mactac brands.

New business ideas are taking center stage. Visitors to the Fespa 2022 stand can expect a broad range of innovative products and materials, especially in the automotive and architectural segments. The products on display, along with detailed technical support, will help customers to see how different products can allow them to respond to trends and differentiate their own business offerings.

Avery Dennison and Mactac
Photo Avery Dennison

Li Wen, senior director and general manager, Graphics EMENA, said, that product development has continued unabated since the 2019 event, and the outstanding solutions on display will help designers and installers to raise the bar, “Nobody can stand still in this industry, and making a real impact demands not only creativity from graphics professionals but also the right performance from the materials they use. This year, we are also more focused than ever before on sustainability as a driving force behind our innovations. Events like Fespa give us a chance to share new ideas, and we also love hearing from our customers to make sure that our ambitious research and development program meets their needs.

In 2022, Avery Dennison and Mactac will showcase – Cutting-edge sustainable digital wrapping films, premium quality wrapping films and laminates, innovations in supreme protection films, ground-breaking window films, new textures for wall films, and unique organoid natural surfaces for interior decoration.

One Avery Dennison highlight is a new digitally printable wrapping film that is also PVC-free. On top of delivering high performance, this product is also a more environmentally-friendly choice. It’s great for partial and full wraps on commercial fleets and private vehicles, and also for interior and exterior signs. This material provides a superb 3D conformability for demanding wrapping projects and easy repositioning thanks to Easy Apply technology.

Mactac’s printable media options will include JT 10700 WG-BFG-XR, offering outstanding performance for long-term 3D applications. This film expands the JT 10700 range, using Mactac bubble-free patented adhesive technology for quick and easy application. As well as offering an exceptionally well balanced initial tack adhesive, the new JT 10700 WG-BFG-XR also ensures an ultimate wrapping experience with a superbly smooth finish.

Avery Dennison and Mactac
Photo Avery Dennison

Fespa is Europe’s largest specialty print exhibition for screen and digital wide format print, textile printing and signage solutions – an excellent opportunity to bring people together to share new ideas and inspiration. Avery Dennison prioritizes sustainability, and better environmental performance underpins many of its new solutions and improved materials. Attending Fespa 2022 will allow customers to see for themselves the results of research conducted by a leader in science and innovation.

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