UPM Raflatac’s label experts will welcome visitors to stand A16 in hall12 at Labelexpo India on 29 October to 1 November. Under the theme ‘Engineered with Raflatouch’, UPM Raflatac is highlighting the company’s world-class technology, quality and performance, combined with industry-leading environmental sustainability and customer service.
Newly appointed South Asia Country Manager for UPM Raflatac, Mr Pravin Varshney, explains: “We are proud to provide our customers the first-class technical expertise and service by our local operations and customer service professionals. We view the relationship with our customers as one of business partners. Together, we’re delivering leading-edge labelling solutions to brands in a way that builds success for everyone.”
Solutions for pharmaceutical and home & personal care labelling
Product highlights for UPM Raflatac at Labelexpo India include the thin Raflex MDO label film and the ‘RafCare’ wet wipes range for personal care labelling, and the RP 31 Purus adhesive for pharmaceutical end-uses.
Raflex MDO is a machine-direction oriented film with excellent conformability and flexibility for contoured and squeezable containers, and supports a pristine brand image throughout the product lifecycle. The RafCare range offers special adhesives and label faces expertly combined for a precision match to specific wet-wipes applications – personal care, home care and industrial.
The RP 31 Purus adhesive is specially developed for pharmaceutical labelling where migration safety is a must. Critical applications for RP 31 Purus include labelling for liquid drug preparations packed in plastic containers and LDPE droppers.
Visitors to the UPM Raflatac stand are also invited to see how the new Label Life tool can aid them in making more sustainable choices. Label Life provides an easy to use, tailored service which informs label converters and brand owners about the life cycle impacts of different label stock products and helps them obtain credible information on the environmental performance of their labels.
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