Color-Logic certifies Ecofoil Digital label stock for cut sheet printers

Optimized for HP Indigo, Ricoh, and Xerox digital presses

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Color-Logic certifies Ecofoil Digital label stock for cut sheet printers
Color-Logic is a known name in metallic colors systems and print embellishments.

Color-Logic, a known name in metallic colors systems and print embellishment, has announced certification of the Ecofoil Digital Label Stock for cut sheet printers, a fully recyclable and FSC-certified label stock optimized for HP Indigo, Ricoh, and Xerox digital presses.

Mark Geeves, director of Color-Logic Sales and Marketing, said: “The Ecofoil Digital Label Stock has opened up new markets for cut sheet printers, including labels for craft breweries, cannabis distributors, wineries, and other short-run and variable data markets. Labels produced with personalized metallic special effects by Color-Logic on Ecofoil Digital cut sheets are particularly attractive to printers serving charity, wedding, anniversary, and celebration customers.”

Geeves said certification tests performed in the Color-Logic laboratories indicate that Color-Logic licensed printers can offer Ecofoil Digital Label Stock to customers. “In the United States, Ecofoil Digital substrates are distributed exclusively by Kelly Spicer. Outside the US, Ecofoil Digital substrates are available from local distributors. Complete details may be found by registering at www.color-logic.com/ecofoildigital

Mark Kempster, Ecofoil Digital managing director said: We are very excited about our new Ecofoil Digital label stock hitting markets around the world. With conventional methods of foil embellishment proving either difficult to produce and/or requiring a pre-PET lamination, Ecofoil Digital is truly the only sustainable and commercially viable method to produce foil embellishment labels with both the dry toner and HP Indigo digital print markets.”

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