Raise the curtain
on your product!

thermal-transfer foil

If it can be read, it will be bought

Allergy sufferers and thrifty shoppers are inquisitive. They want to know if a candy chocolate bar really is gluten-free or if a flat-screen monitor costs less elsewhere.
And thanks to the barcode app they can check this at any time - provided the product barcode can be read.


Unfortunately, that's often not the case, with the result that the chocolate candy bar and flat-screen monitor don't make it into the shopping cart. Too bad! With a good thermal-transfer foil, that wouldn't have happened.


Rocker or Banker?

Savvy printing

What might become of these two lady-killers is anyone's guess.
However, what is known is that little Tommy measures 19 inches and weighs over 8 pounds, while brother
Timmy is almost an inch longer and an ounce and a half heavier.
This information and more is stored in the patient wristband attached to babies' arms in newborn nursery wards.


And since the wristbands have been printed with thermal-transfer ink ribbon, they are
non-toxic and might even serve as a pacifier substitute used instead of a dummy.


Not just lip service.

Traceability trumps

Consumers are a curious bunch.

They want to know where their strawberries,asparagus and such originated.

That's why clever food producers send their produce on its way with an "ID",

a label with everything of interest to customers: address, harvest date,

type of fruit, and perhaps even the packer's name.

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