Container Printing

First impressions can make all the difference when it comes to product packaging. Direct printing guarantees a high-quality image and strengthens the distinctive character of each product.

Plastic packaging comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether bottles, tubes, or smaller cosmetic units such as cream jars and lipsticks, our inks deliver maximum opacity, offer a wide variety of brilliant colours, and are suitable for the most diverse substrates.

Suitable Ink Systems:

UltraPack UVPHR

  • Outstanding adhesion to PET substrates
  • Very good curing results, even under unfavourable conditions
  • High degree of gloss, even under the influence of heat

UltraPack UVCP

  • Special selection and purity criteria of raw materials, based on food package printing
  • High reactivity - high production speeds
  • Very good adhesion and resistance

UltraPack LEDC

  • UV-LED-curable, with brilliant, high-gloss colour shades
  • Suitable for container printing and flatbed label applications
  • Modern rheology and viscosity allow easy handling

UltraPack UVC

  • UV-curable, high gloss ink for direct container printing
  • Extremely wide substrate range
  • Very good fill good, water, and vapour resistances

UltraPack UVK+

  • UV-curable, high gloss ink for direct container printing
  • Excellent water and vapour resistance
  • High degree of gloss, no risk of heat-induced matting

TampaPol TPY

  • Solvent-based, glossy 1- or 2-component ink
  • Very good chemical resistance
  • Fast curing and universal application possibilities      

TampaPur TPU

  • Solvent-based, high gloss 2-component ink
  • Especially suited for critical substrates
  • Extremely good chemical and mechanical resistances  

MaraProp PP

  • Solvent-based, satin gloss 1-component ink
  • For pre-treated and untreated polypropylene materials
  • Very elastic, fast drying      

TampaCure TPC

  • UV-curable pad printing ink, no pot life limit
  • Ideally suited for immediate post-processing
  • High gloss, highly resistant and versatile