Holostik’s focus on anti-counterfeit packaging at Labelexpo

Company to be present at booth D 7, Hall 1

NOI-Hologram. Photo Holostik

Holostik India will focus on its range of anti-counterfeit, holographic packaging and digital supply chain solutions at Labelexpo 2022.

Some new innovations the company would showcase include – nano optical image OVDs (optically variable devices); Optashield, an authentication device; 3D labels; half-scratch QR code; and paper labels with holographic strips. 

Holostik will be present at booth no. D 7, Hall 1.

“Labelexpo 2022 will provide us the platform to showcase our wide range of anti-counterfeiting, holographic packaging, and digital solutions to visitors from different industries. It will definitely help us to get new customers and increase our sales momentum,” Inder Sharma, president, Sales & Marketing, Holostik India, said. “We are expecting brand owners, converters, purchase heads and even students of packaging.”

The nano optical image OVDs are secure and technologically advanced security holograms. The master of these OVDs is shot at a resolution above 600,00 DPI. It can include nano text (up to 5 microns), nano images and microstructure.

Optashield, which is based on custom holographic technology, displays two different colors at two different viewing angles. The company said it is among the most secure authentication devices in the anti-counterfeit industry.

3D labels (printed OVDs) are embedded with aesthetic elements, designs, and security features. The labels amplify a product’s visibility on the shelf and add premium appeal to the brand.

A half-scratch QR Code prevents replication and tampering of the QR code. It can be embedded in both OVDs (holograms) and labels.

Paper label with holographic strips are embedded with multiple security features offer safety of the product from tampering and counterfeiting.

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