Tesa Introduces Innovative Adhesive Solution for Packaging Printers

tesa® Twinlock saves packaging printers time and money – while dramatically reducing landfill waste

The traditional approach to printing flexible packaging – employing single-use tape – can be time-consuming and expensive. It can result in tons of waste headed to the landfill every year – an increasing concern as consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies strive to meet aggressive 2025 sustainability goals.

Now, an innovative alternative to single-use tape can help packaging printers improve their profit potential – while adding value downstream for CPG companies seeking more sustainable packaging solutions.

tesa® Twinlock is a self-adhesive, reusable and compressible sleeve. It can help packaging printers achieve greater operational efficiency and improve return on investment (ROI) – and significantly reduce solid waste associated with packaging printing.

Comprised of a base sleeve, polyurethane foam, stabilization film and adhesive polymer, tesa® Twinlock eliminates the need for tape in packaging printing. What makes this technology really unique, though, are its self-adhesive and stabilization layers. To learn more, click here.

 

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