The most important aspect for us, at FlexoPartners Inc., other than providing end-to-end quality service is to ensure that our client’s project is completed on time and with desired specs. So, whether your project is for a hundred or a million labels, we will always deliver quality products that fully meet your expectations at a cost-effective price.
We have one of the most comprehensive printing facilities in Canada and are constantly modernizing our equipment to meet our customer demands. By having an exceptionally broad range of label printing services, we're able to manufacture nearly any type of label in house, which helps to ensure better quality control and a quicker turnaround time than most of our competitors.
Digital Printing and Flexography
Printing custom labels can be achieved through many different methods, but digital and flexographic printing are certainly the most popular technologies in the continent. With digital capabilities expanding and flexography quality continually improving, it can be difficult at times deciding which one of these two methods is better suited for your labels.
What is digital printing?
Digital printing is a method of printing from a digital-based image directly to a substrate using a laser or inkjet. Digital printing does not require printing plates; therefore, setup and waste is lower than traditional printing methods. This on-demand printing solution is suitable for short run and variable label printing.
Less setup times
Ability to make changes quickly
Variable data ability
Produces bright, vivid colors, smooth gradations and shadows without drop-off.
Ability to hit 97% of Pantone colors
High speed for large runs. Suitable for bulk orders
Wide range of substrates available for printing
Endless finishing abilities
Innovative inks, varnish, lamination, foils, etc.
Higher resolution print
What is flexo printing?
Flexo printing, or flexography, is an economical high-quality and robust label printing solution that uses flexible plates made of rubber or screen, mounted to a cylinder. Using a wide variety of inks rolled onto the plates an impression is made on to the various types of substrates. This technology is suitable for handling large-scale label printing and variable repeat lengths. As the name implies, flexo printing allows for flexibility with materials and techniques.