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Profecta Labels expands internet presence

November 8, 2011

The aim of the redesign is to introduce Profecta Labels on a larger scale and to a wider audience.

Profecta Labels, St. Hubert, QC, Canada, has launched the first phase of its newly designed website: The aim of the redesign is to introduce Profecta Labels on a larger scale and to a wider audience.

The site offers details of services rendered by Profecta, as well as its expertise in flexographic and digital label printing technologies. New and existing customers can process requests for pricing online. The news, articles, video and links sections keep viewes abreast of industry developments.

“As a custom label supplier to many types of industries, we need to understand and adjust to the specific needs of existing and potential customers in order to continue to grow in a competitive environment” says Pierre Roberge, president of Profecta Labels.

“As run lengths and lead times become shorter and technology continues to advance, it becomes obvious that the next phase will pass through the internet,” adds Roberge. “Digital technology facilitates the ability to offer products online at the user’s finger tips. Stay tuned for future updates.”

Established in 1992, Profecta Labels is a privately owned label manufacturer serving Canada and the United States. Making Graphic Monthly’s Top 100 list of printers in Canada for the last five years, Profecta is a specialty promotional on-pack coupon provider for some of Canada’s major corporations, as well as a provider of pressure sensitive labels for all types of industries.

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