Cosmo Films, a global leader in films for flexible packaging, lamination and labeling applications as well as synthetic paper would be showcasing its speciality range of printing substrates at the upcoming International Printing Technology Exhibition of China (Print China), scheduled to take place from 9-13 April in Dongguan city, Guangdong Province, China.
The products on display would include new versions of synthetic paper, such as high tear resistance paper and both sides coated paper along with premium lamination films, pressure-sensitive label films and speciality packaging films.
A co-extruded, white opaque, polypropylene based film which resembles paper in appearance, it is printable with most available printing technologies which include wet and UV offset, wet and UV flexo, letterpress, screen, thermal transfer, select water and powder toner media and HP Indigo technologies. Synthetic paper is a replacement of paper in applications where durability and longevity is desired. It is non-tearable, has moisture and chemical resistance and excellent lay flatness. The versatility of synthetic paper is reflected in the vast number of applications where it can be used. This includes areas such as commercial printing, tags and labels, retail and packaging, identification and credentials and outdoors. The company has also recently launched a new version of the paper with high tear resistance designed specifically for the steel tag application.
Premium lamination films
The premium range of lamination films comprises of velvet, scuff-free matte, linen and digital lamination films which have been designed keeping the needs of luxury packaging and high-end graphic lamination industries in mind.
Labelstock films for self-adhesive labeling
These films which go in for label facestock applications are available in transparent, white, matte and metalized varieties (both coated and uncoated options). The films are compatible with UV- and water-based ink systems and deliver spectacular print performance across a wide variety of printing processes, which include flexography, gravure, letterpress, offset, screen, thermal transfer and HP Indigo digital. The films also offer high stiffness for conversion and dispensing.
Speciality films for packaging
The films for packaging on display would include barrier films which help with shelf life extension of food products and offer barriers such as moisture, oxygen, aroma and light. The other speciality on display would be heat-resistant BOPP films which can replace BOPET film in the printing layer and are designed keeping the recycling concerns with heterogeneous structures in mind.
Cosmo Films will be in Hall 1, Stand 1-1233.