S-OneLP to launch Sustainable ByDesign portfolio of branded solutions

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S-OneLP to launch Sustainable ByDesign portfolio
S-OneLP to launch Sustainable ByDesign portfolio

S-OneLP will feature a number of sustainable flexible packs and samples on its stand 7E36 at Labelexpo Europe 2019. These will consist of pre-laminated flexible packaging films for a variety of applications and finishes, including water-based OPVs, eBeam, HP Pack Ready lamination. At the stand the Sustainable ByDesign portfolio will be launched. The portfolio includes the company’s trademarked ReTreve and ReEarth brands for full packaging solutions encompassing films, coatings and fitments suitable for recyclable and compostable flexible packaging.

Information on the CatPak eBeam Finishing System – the premier machinery solution for adding eBeam capabilities – will be available, as well as brand protection track and trace solutions from VerifyMe.

Label converters can learn about a variety of coatings and varnish solutions, including the tested and proven HP Pack Ready for Labels for durable labels. S-OneLP provides a complete durable labels solution, including Michelman primers and DigiGuard 901 UV OPV Strengthener, and the proprietary UV OPV to finish durable labels.

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