The Extended Content Label (ECL) category, which includes Booklet Labels, expands the copy space of a label for additional text and/or graphics without expanding the surface space of a single label. A booklet label is constructed by marrying a folded pamphlet or folded/stapled booklet to a single ply label or liner.
The additional pages provide space for detailed regulatory product information, instructions, directions of use, safety and hazard information, storage and disposal, in multiple languages for the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, or Agricultural markets.
The additional plys of an ECL are also used for promotional applications such as coupons, recipes and serving information, brand information and features, cross-selling, in-store marketing for Retail and Food markets. Examples of these labels are two-ply, Instant-Redeemable Coupons (IRCs), peel-reseal, and label on label.
Examples of products produced:
- Extended Content Labels (ECL)
- Booklet Labels
- Coupon Labels
- Two-ply Labels
- Instant-redeemable Coupons (IRCs)
- Dry Release Labels
- Peel-reseal Labels
- Label on Labels
- Sidekick Label – Prime Label/Booklet Label combination
- Foldout Labels
- Membership Cards
- Health & Beauty/Cosmetics