ETI converting equipment: Obtains a new patent

CANADA ETI Converting Equipment, a Canadian company based in Montreal, just received a patent to apply self-adhesive linerless labels without compromise on the shape of the label. PATENT NUMBER 2,788,206.

This labelling machine, using a reusable liner, is the successful solution to apply linerless labels without making marketing compromises on the final packaging.

The technology, developed by ETI and described in this patent, allows users to dramatically reduce the waste resulting to the use of a liner in a self-adhesive label construction. A film liner is used as a carrier to allow the die-cutting of the label and then, reused many times with other linerless facestock rolls. According to ETI project managers, the liner can be reused more than 20 times.

According to ETI, this very process allows the user to achieve significant savings on raw material.

Since a year, Pragati Pack, a label converter in India, acts as a distributor of this system.


Andreas Keller

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