Imprimerie Ste-Julie installs Ravenwood Com500 coater
December 11, 2020 By PrintAction Staff
Imprimerie Ste-Julie, a Sainte-Julie, Que.-based label converter, has purchased a Ravenwood Com500 coater to provide customers with a sustainable alternative to self-adhesive labelling.
The business, which was established in 1975, prints linerless labels, pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and labels for circular containers, including bottles.
The company is certified by Carbone boreal for offsetting its carbon emissions and is Ecocert certified as an eco-responsible company. The company has also set up an in-house sustainable development committee to undertake a series of initiatives to monitor and reduce its carbon footprint.
The Com500 Coater has been installed at Imprimerie Ste-Julie’s 30,000 square-foot facility, which is due to be extended further in 2021 due to an increased demand across all of the company’s product ranges.
“Imprimerie Ste-Julie is always on the lookout for innovative and eco-friendly products. The addition of linerless to its arsenal perfectly reflects the ecological trend that the company has been following for several years,” said Éric Thibault, business development manager. “As a business development manager for linerless in Canada, I am truly proud to be able to present this new generation of zero waste labels to clients. It is with great optimism and confidence that we will introduce this great product to the Canadian market.”
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