UNIFOIL CORPORATION—LABEL & NARROW WEB MAGAZINE: HOUSEHOLD GOODS LABELS

October 14th, 2010 | Articles

Answers provided by Joseph Funicelli, CEO and President, Unifoil Corporation, www.unifoil.com; 973-244-9900. What materials does Unifoil offer for household goods labeling? Unifoil Corporation (www.unifoil.com), a Fairfield, New Jersey-based global specialty converter of paper, board, synthetic paper, plastic, film, foil, and custom holographic and metallized substrates, offers converters and household goods manufacturers a variety of options

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SUSTAINABLE SHIMMER

October 14th, 2010 | Articles

Achieving Ecofriendly Packaging Pizzazz Going green doesn’t have to mean lackluster package and product designs, nor is sustainability synonymous with compromised shelf visibility. With today’s state-of-the-art packaging and printing materials, companies can flex merchandising muscle while adhering to ecofriendly principles, not just in the eventual disposal of the finished product but in the manufacturing process

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PLASTICS DECORATING MAGAZINE, OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2009

October 14th, 2010 | Articles

Unifoil Corporation’s, (Fairfield, N.J.), award-winning patented and patents-pending Ultralustre® technology is now being used to produce sustainable distinctive super-bright silver in-mold-label cups and music pass cards. Ultralustre is an environment-friendly metallization process that can be used on a variety of substrates, including polypropylene, synthetic paper, polystyrene, APET, PVC, Polycarbonate and PLA from 2 – 36

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PLASTICS DECORATING MAGAZINE

October 14th, 2009 | Articles

October/November 2009 Unifoil Corporation’s, (Fairfield, N.J.), award-winning patented and patents-pending Ultralustre® technology is now being used to produce sustainable distinctive super-bright silver in-mold-label cups and music pass cards. Ultralustre is an environment-friendly metallization process that can be used on a variety of substrates, including polypropylene, synthetic paper, polystyrene, APET, PVC, Polycarbonate and PLA from 2

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