QSPAC offering new self-wound lamination products
"I really felt that this year's Labelexpo Europe was the best turnout in the last five shows in which QSPAC has exhibited in Brussels," explains Howard Shen.
"I really felt that this year's Labelexpo Europe was the best turnout in the last five shows in which QSPAC has exhibited in Brussels," explains Howard Shen, director, Overlam Division, QSPAC. "The quality of interest was much higher, as we have put a lot of effort to grow our business outside of the North America market."
With a growing emphasis on digital printing, QSPAC displayed its lamination products for short-run digital. For digital printing, QSPAC has gloss and matte BOPP and PET films in 1.5 mil thickness.
Digital presses often require a protective coating on the material to secure inks. By laminating the self-found films, converters can prevent ink and labels from burning and scratching. "The growth in digital printers also helped drive interest at our booth, and we were excited to promoted our self-wound lamination for digital printing, flexo printing, and flexible packaging," he adds.
Meanwhile, QSPAC is providing specialty lamination for custom flexo printing, as well as thermal transfer. Thermal transfer printable films are suitable for printing information and bar codes on labels. For flexo printing and flexible packaging, QSPAC offers gloss and matte BOPP and PET films in 1.0 mil thickness and other specialty over laminates (release coated and thermal transfer printable).
QSPAC also provides its customers with enhanced resources and customer service. The company maintains over 200,000 square feet of warehousing, enabling high-quality products and on-time deliveries to market.