We don’t need to talk about how in-mold labeling (IML) applications can be notoriously tricky for you as printer, labeller or molder because you know better than anyone.
We also know that you’re looking for a reputable IML base supplier who truly understands how to support you to overcome any curveballs the IML process throws at you.
Luckily for you, we’re one of the premier producers of quality metallized films and papers for IML applications. While that’s great, what we’re proud of is our dedication to innovate and tailor our metallized solutions to interact perfectly with your IML application process.
- Food containers
- Household goods
- Injection Mold
- Blow Mold
Let us inspire you
We have asked a leading packaging design agency to create a brilliant example of in-mold labels with our metallized solutions. Then we developed a unique interactive 3D viewer so you can experience the appeal for yourself. Enjoy!
Laundry detergent bottle
Motor oil bottle
Touched by millions of consumers. Every day.
We think global, but act local.
- 5 plants around the world: Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Italy and USA
- 700 dedicated employees
- 80 countries served
- 40 years of experience
- Reliable label solution that can match product durability
- Suitable for use on packaging exposed to extreme temperatures
- Surface provides fantastic resolution for printing and imagery
- Compliant with regulatory obligations for various industries
- Capture attention with looks that set products apart
- Offer brands exclusive features with finishes like holography
- Give products high-end, high-value and desirable looks
- Our support to ensure metallized paper label material is tailored to your molding process
- Ideal material for use with custom or novelty bottle and container shapes
- Back side surface based on IML type - blow or injection
Why brands our In-Mold Labels
To set themselves apart from the competition, brands are looking to differentiate themselves with packaging designs that shout for attention and suggest quality and value. There’s no easier way of doing it than with a metallic look.
More design opportunities
When it comes to in-mold labels, brands don’t want to blend in. And nor should they have to. Our label finishes help brands elevate their products and produce unique looks that can’t be ignored.
Our finishes help brands take their packaging from average to well, amazing.
|Nissha Metallizing Pro support||Included|
|Weight||up to 92 gsm|
|Available in UltraShine|
|Available in Holographic|
|Available two sided coating|
|Print methods||Gravure, Offset, Flexography, Digital|
|Physical Prototype||On request|
|Augmented Reality Prototype||On request|
|Other finishes and options||Contact us|
Benefits for printers
Metallized IML can help you cater to a broader range of brands and customers by offering a label that's more commercially valuable and attractive. Our metallized IML:
- Our metallized paper compatible with contemporary printing techniques
- Runs efficiently on printing presses to maximize impressions per minute
- Gain operational efficiency
- Provides excellent surface characteristics for printing
Benefits for convertors
Our metallized IML help you reach new customers in the best way possible. Easy to work with, operationally efficient and helping your clients boost their sales, our products help you to:
- Provide a reliable supply chain
- Gain operational efficiency
- Support market entry in the minimum timeframe
Benefits for brands
The way your product looks in-store is a key factor in its sale. Our product provides provable benefits for your brand: they give your customers the impression of a premium product. This helps you to:
- Catch and retain consumer attention
- Convey your brand is of superior quality
- Differentiate your brand and products from the competition
- Nurture brand connection
Leave a lasting impression with a label that has a smooth, high gloss surface
Ideal surface to ensure excellent printing definition and clarity
Supports fast market entry
A reliable supply chain
Optimum print performance
Runs efficiently on printing presses to maximize impressions per minute
Quality closely monitored through production process to offer reliable, high quality products
Safety and reliability
Meets all standard industry and regulatory requirements
Strikes the perfect balance between economy and quality
Bold, memorable, metallic.
FAQ about In-Mold Labels
How can metallized in-mold labels help printers and molders cater to growing demand?
When it comes to labelling, brands choosing the right application for their products have one primary consideration in mind, and it’s no secret: they want a label that makes their product attractive on the shelf, with looks that convey quality, value and help set them apart from the competition.
What are the characteristics of metallized substrates for printers?
At Nissha Metallizing Solutions, we produce metallized solutions that ranges from 56 gsm to 150 gsm. It is compatible with all contemporary printing techniques such as offset, rotogravure and flexography. It offers a surface that is ideal for interaction between the paper and ink, which gives excellent printability, great definition and clarity and no dye bleeding on the final label. Metallized substrates are suited to all types of ink, such as solvent-based and UV curable.
How is Nissha Metallizing Solutions a trusted partner rather than just a supplier?
We’re not here to help you deliver a good label; we’re here to help you deliver a great one. We understand that if there are issues with any of the fundamental elements clients expect from a in-mold label they’re coming back to you looking for answers. At Nissha Metallizing Solutions, we’ve had decades of experience, and we’re highly skilled producers and innovators of metallized solutions – we’re some of the most proficient manufacturers in the business. We’re proud to consistently provide exceptional quality, and we undertake nothing less than regular and rigorous performance procedures on our papers.
What is metallized paper?
As a kid, did you ever condense your breath on a mirror? We did. The art of metallizing is very similar.
What are the benefits of working with metallized film for IML applications?
When it comes to metallized film for IML applications, quality is a key factor, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t further, crucial features that support the fantastic end result brands desire for their labels. Our metallized film is suited to all types of ink, and it offers a surface that is ideal for interaction between the paper and ink, which gives excellent printability, high definition and text clarity.
Are Nissha Metallizing Solutions' in-mold labels compliant with food safety regulations?
IML is appealing today because of the high performance it offers in relation to the increasingly stringent food safety regulations. Brands can rest assured their containers are created in highly-controlled environments with minimal contact with unnecessary machines and additional processes for labelling. Our metallized labels are certified for non-direct contact with food, meaning that when used in conjunction with certain containers it is ideal for IML applications for both food and beverages. The surface of our paper offers great definition and clarity for printing, which also lends itself to ensuring that the relevant nutritional information can be clearly read as is usually required by law.
Why are in-mold labeling applications increasingly attractive for brands?
While the market share of this relatively special labeling process has remained small but stable for a number of years, it now seems set to grow with a recent report even stating that by 2020, the in-mold labeling market share will be worth up to USD 3.23 billion. This is, of course, good news for printers, converters and the molders – increased demand from brands means further possibilities to gain new clients, perform more print runs and create more in-mold containers of various kinds.
What is the difference between blow molding and injection molding?
There are different methods for the label adhesion process required for IML.
Why is a supplier of quality in-mold labels key to you?
Branching into IML can be a daunting prospect for brands, especially to those for whom chemical or technical processes are more abstract (think branding or marketing departments, as opposed to research and development teams). To many brands, they need reassurance that their partners can deliver the quality IML they require, on deadline and with minimal issues, especially if the application means moving away from trusted processes and partners that they’ve used for some time.