Special Papers are somewhat uncommon, utilised only for specific applications and innovative products. If you have an exclusive product and want to communicate its uniqueness, special paper is the way to go. Please refer to the dedicated page to pair your product with the ideal special paper.
This white thermal paper is unwooded, being heat-sensitive and protected on both sides. Its special characteristics make it great for labels with over-printing barcodes, thus being particularly suited for food packaging such as pasta, for example. The surface treatment guarantees elevated resistance to external agents (moisture, oils, fats and alcohol) for a limited period of time. The development colour is black - when printing, the area subjected to heat turns black.
This natural paper falls into the special paper category thanks to its particular texture. Embossed and pearly white in colour, it has undergone water-resistant treatment that makes it impervious to moisture. Ideal for labelling sparkling wines that will be immersed in water and ice, it confers a precious touch to your custom wine labels and also to those of cosmetics. It is not recommended for labelling on curved surfaces.
This glossy metallic material is silver in colour, free from wood and composed of a layer of vacuum-laminated aluminium with a high gloss. This cardstock is great for obtaining a reflective and sparkling effect to ensure your cosmetics, beer or liquor stands out on the shelf. Metallised Silver is very popular for beer labels.
This glossy metallic paper is silver in colour, free from wood and composed of a layer of vacuum-laminated aluminium with a high gloss. It is subjected to a water-resistant treatment that renders it resilient to wetting. The aesthetic effect and recommended uses are the same as those for metallic silver paper.
Please note: The labels must not be applied directly to a product since the adhesive used is not suitable for contact with food.