Americk Systems Labelling
Tenth Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park,
Americk Systems Labelling provide self-adhesive, in-mould, board, liner-less, cut and stack, peel & reseal and many more label types for a broad range of sectors including but not limited to; food, chemical, household, dairy, beverage, horticulture, cosmetics and health.
We have a passion for innovation, indeed it is integral to everything we do. From developing new products to improving production efficiencies, creative thinking and a can do approach is at the heart of the business.
To achieve this you need good people, and every department is lead by an experienced management team who know everything you need to know about the industry. Our expertise has been utilised on numerous occasions by WRAP UK in order to develop sustainable solutions to a variety of plastics recycling challenges.
Our diverse portfolio includes:
- Reel Fed Labels
- Stretch Sleeves
- Cut Stack Labels
- Peel and Read Labels or 3 Leaf Labels
- Self Adhesive Labels
- In-Mould Labels
- Peel and Reseal
What makes us special?
The ability to coat in-house puts Americk Systems Labelling at a great advantage by providing total quality control and producing Hot Melts and UV Hot Melt adhesives for specialist applications, for example the Peel and Reseal market. The facility also enables us to apply silicon in-line onto backing liners and provides a test platform for New Product Development trials – a benefit utilised by many partners – in addition to the cost savings that are directly passed on.
- Total control of quality
- Conventional Hot Melts
- UV Hot Melts for specialist applications e.g. Peel ‘n’ Reseal
- Siliconising of backing liners
- Test platform for NPD
- Huge cost savings for large volume label users
Americk Systems Labelling is pleased to be able to offer existing customers use of our customer extranet facility where you can access your account history, view real-time the status of your orders and call-off stock for next day delivery. Simply click the ‘customer login’ button at the top of the page.