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A Strong Showing for Synthogra at Labelexpo Americas 2016

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Denmark - Showcasing new packaging prototypes and innovations based on their unique synthetic papers and flexible packaging films, Synthogra drew large crowds to booth #1425 at Labelexpo Americas 2016 in Chicago, IL, USA.

Leads in abundance
On the first day alone, the Danish company took more than 100 new leads and saw strong interest from the narrow web market in their products and services. Only a few hours into day two the company had taken an additional 30-plus leads, and that trend continued throughout the remainder of the expo.

”The show was very beneficial for us! We met many interested customers from the US, South America and Canada, who showed great excitement for the possibilities in short run flexible packaging – a business area we not only supply with our unique synthetic papers and flexible films, but also help further develop with our material selection and customisation expertise,” says Synthogra CEO, Nanette Thomas.

Synthetic Papers & Flexible Packaging Films
Synthogra develops unique synthetic papers optimized for printability and converting in both narrow- and wide-web flexo, offset and digital printing. The synthetic papers are resistant to any moisture (water/grease/chemicals), can be exposed to temperatures from 40 degrees below zero to 160 degrees Celsius, and have very high tear strength. In addition to their synthetic papers, Synthogra carefully selects, customizes and combines the best packaging materials on the market. Packaging materials consist of lamination films, single layer films, multi-layer laminates, rigid films/tray films, shrink, wrap around and in-mould films.

New Partnerships & New Facilities
“Building on the activity at Labelexpo Americas 2016, we look forward to engaging in new, exciting partnerships – helping printers and brand owners get from idea to shelf, streamlining and troubleshooting throughout the printing and converting process, and increasing both shelf life and shelf appeal of end products,” says Nanette Thomas.

“And what better place to start than our recently expanded facilities in Hvidovre, Denmark – with space for 1,000 extra pallets, larger stock capacity, shorter lead times and new interesting products in our portfolio,” she concludes.


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