Gerresheimer is showcasing impressive effects with labelling and digital printing at CosmeticBusiness in Munich, Germany, and Packaging Première in Milan, Italy.
A good brand stands out thanks to its individuality. Anyone who wants to add fresh accents to ensure the unique character of their brand with new effects on glass bottles and jars should take a good look at the new options now available with labelling and digital printing at Gerresheimer’s booths at CosmeticBusiness in Munich and Packaging Première in Milan.
“It’s interesting that, alongside very striking optical effects, we can also achieve fascinating tactile effects with labelling and digital printing,” says Bernd Stauch, director sales Europe. He explains that Gerresheimer has expanded its decoration units at its plants in the Belgian town of Momignies and the German town of Tettau, which specialise in the production of glass packaging for cosmetics. According to Stauch, the aim is to reduce the number of work processes on the filling line by a further step for international customers.
Gerresheimer’s range includes perfume bottles for fragrances, deodorant sprays and roll-ons, cream pots for facial care, and nail varnish bottles. The plants are also equipped with their own design and mould workshop, as well as a decoration department. Here, glass products can be finished using techniques such as screen printing, pad printing, digital printing, hot stamping, colour spraying, acid etching and labelling, among others. For further embellishment techniques such as metalisation, sandblasting, and lasering, Gerresheimer works with selected specialist companies
Gerresheimer will be present at Packaging Première at the Fiera Milano on the stand E46/48 from 228-30 May and at Cosmetic Business at the MOC Munich on 5-6 June at the E06 booth in Hall 4.