Self-adhesive labels have continued to expand in variety, popularity, and growth up to the present. Technology advancements and consumer demand for adaptable products have made it possible to use more inventive materials to form more dynamic bonds that are tailored to the environment in which they will be used. In a similar vein, the face material, or front, of the labels is now made from a wide range of materials. Polypropylene, polyester, vinyl, and mrPVC are some of these goods. Adhesive labels can now be made either singly or in sheets, in which case they are typically divided by perforations or rouletting, as described in the postage stamp separation section. Additionally, this procedure is being improved by the use of digital printing technologies.

Stan Avery may not be a household name, but his invention, self-adhesive labels, fundamentally altered the labels market. In order to make it simpler to remove individual labels from backing sheets, he developed synthetic adhesives as well as a quick-release coating.

Benefits of Self Adhesive Labels

Offering additional space

Self adhesive labels incorporate many pages through the use of “peel and read” solutions, creating more area for graphics, copy, marketing, and more.

Continuity –

Self-adhesive labels are an excellent option for many applications because of how long-lasting they are and how well they can endure heat and bumps without ripping.

Efficiency –

Utilizing self adhesives will increase your productivity as a whole because they are made for businesses to operate more quickly. They can now be printed more quickly, inexpensively, and clearly than ever before thanks to the development of laser printing.

Saving time

Self adhesives make it possible to save time and effort by allowing you to peel the label away from the backing and adhere it down right away.

Flexibility –

Self adhesives are versatile and support the most cutting-edge barcode technology, including that which is compatible with the modern product authentication technology.

Physical adaptability

The printing surface of a label must be flexible enough to conform to the surface on which it is placed. Curved packaging and other non-flat surfaces make this challenging. A practical advantage of self adhesives is that you can choose a special-purpose face material and pair it with your preferred adhesive and release liner appropriate for the label application method.

Adapting to the times

Self-adhesive labels are frequently at the cutting edge of security labelling technology nowadays and can play a significant role in product authentication and tamper-evidence. Brand owners may find it more affordable to carry security solutions on a self-adhesive label, and converters involved in the creation of these labels are making significant contributions to the market.

For a wide range of applications, Orianaa can provide customised self adhesives in a wide number of formats, materials, and combinations. We can assist you whether you’re looking for permanent, repositionable, freezer, or cold adhesives.