In shrink labeling, there are several types of film substrates to choose from and various grades of film within each type. Knowing which to leverage and when will help save time and money.
PDC employee Giorgi Labartkava’s main goal since coming to the United States has been to provide a better life for his wife and son. Now, he’s one step closer. Labartkava, who emigrated to the U.S. from Georgia in Eastern Europe, recently became a...
As a leader in the packaging industry for over 50 years providing shrink sleeving and tamper evident banding machinery and shrink tunnels, there are some questions that PDC gets asked all the time. What are the most frequently asked questions posed...
Graphic package designers are turning to shrink sleeves to produce eye catching, contour forming, tip-to-toe coverage for their consumer product packages. While beautiful design on packaging is critical to brand awareness and shelf appeal, producing...
Perforations on products using shrink sleeves and neck bands are important to allow easy opening by the consumer, while maintaining the integrity of the shrink sleeve and tamper evidence that it provides. There are three main types of perforations...
There are few things more frustrating for a consumer than being unable to easily open a package as intended, and they must pick up a knife or scissors to get at the product inside. That is of no service to a brand or to a company’s hard-gained...
The versatility and flexibility of shrink sleeve packaging makes it a great tool for labeling complex or unusually-shaped products. Shrink sleeves are designed specifically to conform to the shape of a product, allowing for attractive graphics and...