Printed LabelsDecolabel has an extensive range of machinery available so we can meet all your needs for printed labels A variety of options for printing can be chosen from 1 to 8 colors, both Full-Color (CMYK) as Patone Matching System (PMS) colors. We are able to print both front and back as well as glue side.In addition to printing we are able to provide various finishes. It is possible to deliver on a roll, on sheet, zigzag-folded, perforated, with pinfeed, with (back) slit your labels laminated, varnished and as sandwich label.This latter type of finish is one of the specialties of Decolabel. A sandwich label is a double-layer label, which opens like a booklet. This makes it possible to print both on the front, as well as the inner and backside. With this type of label a peel and reseal principle is often used, which makes it possible to repeatedly open and close the label. If you are looking for a label where additional information can be given on a label or a special promotional label, then a sandwich label might be your best option.As for materials, we can offer you a wide range. The most common materials are coated or uncoated paper, possibly finished with a thermal layer, various plastics, such as PE, PP, PET, etc, various types of adhesive cartons, for example, strengthened, and foils. For each of these materials, there are also several possible adhesives, including permanent adhesive, removable adhesive and deep-freeze adhesive.Over the years, Decolabel has built up an extensive range of standard stock labels in addition to the expertise in customized labels. One can think of packaging labels, warning labels and hazard labels. If you are interested in the possibilities for your company, do not hesitate to contact one of our employees. +31 (0)165 – 55 51 77 email@example.com Home » Printed LabelsProducten:ProductsPrinted LabelsDigital printed labelsBlank LabelsCards and tagsScreen printing labelsPrinting of labelsLabelprinters and accessoriesPackaging materialsPrinted tapesAsk your question!Any questions?