Some customers are curious about the technology we use to print labels, so we thought it might be of interest to provide some background about the machinery we use to print and apply self adhesive over labels.
Our monthly summary highlighting some of the label printing projects we’ve recently completed. Our May production lines returned to normal following the surge caused by lockdown, but nonetheless we were very busy! There’s always room …
The consequences of a bakery fire had not only meant the production of a range of scones had to be diverted to another bakery, it also resulted in an ingredient change and the need for an over label.
Interview with print operative Claire Litchfield who has been at Croft Printing for 16 years. She co-ordinates label correction projects when our customers need a fast solution to their problem.
A summary of the label printing projects completed in April 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has led to a huge surge in orders.
A long standing customer of Croft Printing recently got in touch with us to help them produce labels for hand sanitiser containers so they could keep pace with the demand following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
A case study outlining an over labelling service we provided for a company in the food sector who wanted to obliterate a promotional offer which was pre-printed onto a range of ready meal packaging sleeves.
Croft Printing has appointed Simple Marketing Consultancy to help them develop a more diverse marketing strategy and promotional plan.
A case study, discussing Croft Printing being appointed to print and apply nutritional value over labels to 42,000 cardboard sleeves.
Peaks in demand and the need for specialist expertise mean that some projects can be done more cost effectively by outsourcing print to Croft.