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Page 1 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 Page 1 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 PACKAGING FOR DEMANDING RETAILERS In competitive markets margins are squezed. This pain is shared equally across the value-chain; Productivity is a critical issue. Neutral packaging items offer more flexibility; Strong demand for sustainable solutions.
Page 2 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 Page 2 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 THE EVOLUTION WHY TO GO LINERLESS… COST SAVING INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Page 3 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 ALcode LL MEDIA COMPARISON WHY TO GO LINERLESS… SHRINKWRAPCASEPALLET Media Type LinerlessDie Cut LabelLinerlessDie Cut LabelLinerlessDie Cut Label Size100x76 mm 150x76 mm 150x210 mm Reel length900 m421 m900 m421 m900 m421 m Reel weight6,91 Kg6,47 Kg10,36 Kg9,61 Kg10,36 Kg9,61 Kg Yield13,123 m 2 /kg6,757 m 2 /kg13,123 m 2 /kg6,757 m 2 /kg13,123 m 2 /kg6,757 m 2 /kg Output50/min 30/min 2/min Label q.ty/reel Interval between replenishment 3,94 hrs1,77 hrs6,57 hrs2,96 hrs17,85 hrs8,23 hrs Label media wastage-43,36 m 2 /reel-64,41 m 2 /reel-
Page 4 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 LINERLESS ADHESIVE MATERIAL - PMH PMH is the IRPLAST linerless adhesive material made up of a BOPP matt, coated with a permanent hot melt solvent-free adhesive. It is fully coated on all the reverse surface. It has been developed to obtain linerless labels for product identification (typically with a bar code), labels that can be printed by thermo transfer technology. White or reverse printed colour options are available. Among the printed solutions, the reverse printed allows obtaining labels with high scratch-proof resistance. Thickness (μm) Length 900 m Item codeOD min OD max PMH mm319 mm
Page 5 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 BAR CODES READABILITY WARRANTY Thermo transfer printing technology and quality ribbons are matched with the blank media to give clarity, durability and consistency of print with proven scuff resistance. Bar code images readability is guaranteed, meeting the most stringent retail requirements. LINERLESS ADHESIVE MATERIAL - PMH
Page 6 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 WHY TO GO LINERLESS… LABELS COST SAVING 15% to 30% consumable cost saving, respect to self-adhesive traditional labels. Eliminating the liner ends the collection and disposal of liner waste (non recyclable); all the material is used. Moreover, reductions in media dimension and weight, evidently save transport and storage costs.
Page 7 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 WHY TO GO LINERLESS… LINERLESS PRINT APPLY LABELLER SELF-ADHESIVE PRINT APPLY LABELLER LINERLESS LABELS SELF-ADHESIVE LABELS
Page 8 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 € 0,25/m 2 RIBBON ( m 2 ) LABEL 100 x 97 mm, 1 Mln pcs € 0,25/m 2 € 0,64/m 2 **€ 0,48/m 2 YEAR LABELS COST € 6.400,00 € 4.800,00 YEAR LABELS COST SAVING € 1.600,00 = - 25% LABELS COST SAVING/3 YEARS (3 Mln pcs) € 4.800,00 * 1 Mln self-adhesive labels 100 x 97 mm= m 2 * 1 Mln linerless labels 100 x 97 mm = m 2 ** average market price for neutral paper labels COST INDEX SELF-ADHESIVELINERLESS
Page 9 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 ADVANCED MANAGEMENT MODEL – ISO Pro-active companies (they could also be precursors or innovators) see in the element “environment” a critical factor for the success and an important competitive lever. They have the ambitious target to progressively minimize their impact on the environment, up to almost eliminate it. This is with the convinction that long term benefits will be much higher then costs, simply because they are just anticipating the inevitable evolution of environmental laws. ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Page 10 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 ADVANCED MANAGEMENT MODEL – ISO Introduces clean technologies that respect to others prevalent in a specific period, have a reduced impact on the environment; - Realizes evident energy consumption reductions; -Modifies the packaging (materials used for the packaging) in order to make it more eco-compatible; -Uses re-usable packaging; -Replaces materials with others non toxic, more recyclables/renewables; -Finds with attention new market opportunities for raw materials and sells waste, scraps, parts of used products iternally unusefull; -Communicates outside, actions made towards the environment and improvements achieved. ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Page 11 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 ADVANCED MANAGEMENT MODEL – ISO EN 13428:2004 Packaging - Requirements specific to manufacturing and composition - Prevention by source reduction. Carton waste disposal allows different material contamination up to 10% of the total weight. The application of BOPP film based labels on shrink wraps and palletts allows to completely recycle the film waste (plastic on plastic). ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Page 12 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 CARTIERA DI FAGNANO SPA Fagnano, Italy: “The waste paper we recycle is very much contaminated by plastic and aluminium (laminated). During the pulp preparation in the “pulper”, we obtain the separation of the contaminating materials from the carton fibres mass. These materials are then extracted and then pressed to be shipped to the incinerator. The percentage of the pulp contamination fixes its purchasing price (€/ton)”. ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Page 13 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 ALcode LL LINERLESS PRINT APPLY LABELLER A significant value innovation, for the AutoID labelling market, thanks to a new and modern technology: Linerless = reels of continuous adhesive materials, without liner and die-cutting.
Page 14 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 A. EGGER’S SOHN GmbH, AUSTRIA ASTON MANOR Ltd, UK BISCOTTIFICIO D’ONOFRIO, ITALY CHESAPEAKE OSS – THE NETHERLANDS COLUSSI SPA, ITALY COTT BEVERAGE Ltd, UK DELICARTA SPA, ITALY FERRERO SPA, ITALY FOLD HILL FOODS Ltd, UK GALIFORM Ltd, UK GB GNUDI SPA, ITALY GREENCORE Ltd, UK HUTTER & SCHRANTZ AG, AUSTRIA IMBALL SRL, ITALY INCAS SPA, ITALY LINPAC PLASTICS Ltd, UK MATEC SRL, ITALY MENGUYS, FRANCE MERKUR/REWE Group GmbH, AUSTRIA NORBERT DENTRESSANGLE – UK NERI SOTTOLI SRL, ITALY OCAP SPA, ITALY OLEIFICIO MONTALBANO SRL, ITALY PASTA AGNESI SPA, ITALY P&G ITALY SRL, ITALY PREMIER INTERNATIONAL FOODS Ltd, UK RAGGIO DI SOLE SPA, ITALY RDB TERRE COTTE SPA, ITALY SIXTY LOG SRL, ITALY TY.PHOO TEA Ltd, UK WEYTH LEDERLE SPA, ITALY WEPA CASSINO SPA, ITALY THEY HAVE ALREADY GONE LINERLESS…
Page 15 © ALTECH SRL, March 2009 MORE THAN 2,5 MILLION SQM OF WASTE A YEAR HAVE ALREADY BEEN ELIMINATED … Thanks to Linerless Labelling Technology!!
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