The Flintshire-based independent label manufacturer claims that its self-adhesive labels will offer a number of benefits to the wine bottling industry when compared to standard wet glue.
In a statement, the firm said that these benefits include “premium quality and a tactile print finish, and importantly improve label application efficiencies”.
Sales director Tony Exford said: “Uniquely all our wine stocks are supplied on clear PET liner which reduces snapping, paper dust and consistently releases labels for high speed application.”
According to Systems Labelling, release properties have been specifically developed and trialled to achieve optimum performance when applied onto glass bottles at high speed.
Managing director Gwyn Bouch said: “Our core strength to innovate and solve problems is the platform for our continued success. This expertise enables the business to enter new markets and challenge the status quo head on (wet glue labels in this instance) whilst delivering added value through faster application speeds and improved quality.”