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Spinnaker expands Crack 'n Peel product line

March 19, 2013

Crack ‘n Peel Multi-Print products are specifically engineered for digital printing.

Spinnaker Coating, a manufacturer of adhesive coated papers and films, announced that it has added six new items under the Crack 'n Peel Multi-Print brand, as a result of strong customer acceptance of the line. Crack ‘n Peel Multi-Print products are specifically engineered for digital printing

The Crack 'n Peel line, acquired from Avery Dennison in 2012, will now feature the most popular white facestocks coated with Spinnaker's patented high tack, no-ooze permanent adhesive, which provides strong bonding to most surfaces and clean feeding through the press.

Each product carries a heavier weight liner that features the Crack 'n Peel exclusive diagonal score lines and allows the printer to save time with label layout and easier liner removal for their customers.

All products will be available in 4 sizes: 8.5 x 11", 12 x 18", 13 x 19" and select 17 x 22".  To satisfy the need for shorter runs associated with digital printing, Spinnaker is packaging the 12" x 18" and 13" x 19" products in 200 sheet cartons. 

“We are extremely excited about the expansion of our Crack ‘n Peel line,” says Kevin Ahlfeld, vice president merchant business for Spinnaker Coating. “Crack 'n Peel is the most recognized brand in the industry and continues to be requested by printers and end users everywhere.”

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