Repacorp Releases Digital Label Quote Module
Tipp City, Ohio-based Repacorp offers label distributors a quote module that is linked to its website—with its markup and branding.
For a small fee, Repacorp will provide code that links a distributor’s website to an instant online quote module. Within 15 minutes, distributors can sign up and offer digital labels on their website with accurate live pricing. The quote module allows distributors to maintain their markup, upload their logo and choose a color scheme that matches their branding. Repacorp will continue to update and enhance the quote module, adding new features in the future. Watch an informational video at: www.myonlineprintquote.com/watchvid.htm.
Repacorp has invested heavily in the latest digital label technology to make its distributors extremely competitive within the label industry. Repacorp has the ability to digitally print label widths up to 7.55”. The company’s digital presses use UV inks that are durable even without coatings, however matte and gloss varnishes and overlaminates are available. Variable printing and the ability to print opaque white ink are also options. Digital presses eliminate the need for plates, and Repacorp’s tool-free cutting system eliminates the need for dies. Digital printing requires less make-ready time and less material waste than flexo printing. Add it all together (less make ready time and material, no plate charges, no die charges) and pricing is extremely competitive. For more information about Repacorp’s digital labels, visit http://repacorp.com/products/digital_short_run_labels.html.
“Our digital cutting system eliminates tooling. Just include a die line with your artwork or tell us what shape you want, and we will cut your label to your specification. You can now create any shape imaginable to make your label stand out on the shelves,” commented Tony Heinl, executive vice president. “We are seeing very creative labels coming out. We have freed designers to create any shape without tooling restrictions. They are designing brand recognition through shape as well as with logos and color. Pricing is low enough that even small companies can afford to run multiple versions of a product label for marketing research.”