Cosmo Films re-launches Direct Thermal Printable top coated label films

Cosmo DTP top coated film has a high image density and optimum image quality

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Pankaj Poddar, CEO of Cosmo Films
Pankaj Poddar, CEO of Cosmo Films

Cosmo Films, a global leader in specialty films for flexible packaging, labeling, and lamination applications as well as synthetic paper, re-launches BOPP based Direct Thermal Printable (DTP) top coated film, with a proprietary coating that enables the formation of an image or impression on the film upon contact with the heated print head of a thermal printer.

Cosmo Films’ DTP labels have various applications

A film specially designed for niche applications like information labeling (airport baggage tags, etc.), inventory tracking, frozen food labeling, and parking ticket applications can grow in many new applications. This is part of the many specialty films offered by the company. A non-tearable, cost-effective, and extremely easy-to-use film offers a marvelous paper-like matte finish producing a fine and sharp dark image on printing.

With no involvement of additional high equipment costs, the film is available in thickness varieties of 70, 75, and 95 microns. The film is designed to protect the privacy and primacy of sensitive information as the sensitive data is always imaged directly onto the BOPP DTP films.

On the product launch, Pankaj Poddar, CEO, Cosmo Films, said, “Being a global leader, we aim to keep growing exponentially and thrive to bring innovative products to our customers. The direct thermal printable film is extremely easy to use, and there are no additional high equipment costs. According to several reports, the global Direct Thermal market was valued at 491.2 million USD in 2021 and will grow with a CAGR of 5.7% from 2021 to 2027. We look forward to being a big part of our innovation in the direct thermal printing market.”

 

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