he largest European trade show for the beverage industry is scheduled to take place in Nuremberg, from November 12-14.
With the slogan “Our Paper, Your Labels”, Lecta once again positions itself as a benchmark manufacturer and distributor of specialty papers for beverage labels at the BrauBeviale 2019 trade show.
With its extensive range of environment friendly products, Lecta meets all the needs of the applications used in the beer and beverage industry.
Metalvac is Lecta’s range of metallized papers designed for the production of wet-glue and self-adhesive labels. Under the slogan ”Let it Shine”, it offers the beer and beverage industry in general a glossy metallized paper with high technical performance. The Metalvac Graphic Applications & Packaging range rounds out Lecta’s metallized portfolio, providing creative solutions for beverage packaging.
Our Adestor pressure-sensitive product range for this segment features an excellent, versatile selection of different papers and films that come in a variety of finishes and colors to meet the needs of the most demanding end uses in the beverage sector.
Lecta will be highlighting its new Adestor BC500 product, developed specifically for non-recyclable wine, spirits, sparkling wine and other glass containers. The product’s high moisture resistance ensures perfect adhesion to bottles submerged in ice and water.
Creaset is Lecta’s range of one-sided coated paper for the label and flexible packaging industry with “Endless Possibilites”. The grades Creaset HWS for labels on returnable bottles and Creaset LWS for single-use bottles were specially designed for beer labels. Both products have high moisture resistance and come in different smooth, embossed and glossy finishes, guaranteeing that each label is unique.
Lecta’s complete portfolio of specialty metallized, self-adhesive and one-sided coated products demonstrates how our paper can be an innovative and differentiating factor in beverage labeling.
Discover “Our Papers, Your Labels” at Hall 4 – Stand 438, November 12-14 in Nuremberg.