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Tips on Choosing the Right Booklet Label

A booklet label or extended content label(ECL) expands or extends the surface area available for adding product information on packaging. It creates several layers or pages that can be revealed and then resealed for future reference. ECLs are commonly used on products with extensive product information, including safety warnings, health, instruction use, ingredients, and more. ECL labels are efficient labelling solutions that can eliminate paper inserts and cartons while ensuring the information does not crowd your brand image.

Today’s manufacturing environment is heavily regulated by government agencies. These regulatory bodies require companies to pack a lot of information onto packaging. Booklet labels help companies meet these requirements without taking away branding space. ECLs also come in myriads of styles, including two-ply or multi-ply, and several industries utilize them where a lot of information needs to be put in small space on a product’s packaging.

Booklet Labels, also called multi-page, multi-ply, or multi-layer, are among the most commonly utilized labels to pack extensive information on a small label area. Apart from providing label design opportunities, booklet labels also help avoid costs by enabling the use of smaller labels than would have been required. Utilize booklet labels on a range of products, from government-regulated goods to everyday household products.

Accordion or foldout labels are booklets that fold into each other. Foldout labels enable more content print onto a large piece of paper that folds before applying to pressure-sensitive label stock all in line and in one process. The folded paper is usually constructed in a manner that allows easy removability from the final product. It also allows resealing and retaining on the final product package. Foldout labels are less expensive to manufacture than other options like on-centred booklets. This is because a single process manufactures the foldouts. However, the size of the folded piece of paper limits the volume of content.

Peel & Reseal labels are designed to enable the end-user to open, read the contents and reseal the label. It is undeniably the ideal label for managing regulatory compliance or GHS requirements on chemical or pharmaceutical product applications. They are not only more economical to produce than booklet labels, but they are also ideal for sharp radiuses and are compatible with both auto and manual applications. Peel and reseal labels come in two types: 2-ply peel and reseal labels and 3-ply peel and reseal labels.

The ideal extended content labels help you communicate as much information as you need to get across to meet regulatory requirements and optimize your branding. Give Labelservice a call today to see how we can help optimize your labels.