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Arden Engraving moves into label market

Arden Engraving, a tool and dies manufacturer for the packaging sector, has expanded its skills into the label industry.

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Arden Engraving uses the latest laser technology to make an impression on the label sector

The embossing specialist operates from three sites across the world with its head office in Greater Manchester, as well as two further sites in Germany and America.

Having supplied embossing and hot foil stamping tools to the carton industry for two decades, the firm has now decided to make its mark on the label sector.

Already operating with 20 state-of-the-art CNC engraving machines, a team of skilled engineers and the latest 3D technology and laser technology, the company now offers advanced rotary and flatbed tooling solutions to some of the largest label manufacturers in the world.

With 20 years’ experience providing high quality embossing and foil stamping tooling to the carton industry, it’s been a very natural progression for us to expand into the label market

Simon Lynch, operations and sales director at Arden Engraving, says: “With 20 years’ experience providing high quality embossing and foil stamping tooling to the carton industry, it’s been a very natural progression for us to expand into the label market.

“In recent years there’s been a real surge in demand for embossing and foiling on packaging and labels within the food and drinks industries, who recognise that this level of embellishment can add a sense of elevated quality and luxury to a brand.

“However, with a number of rotary die manufacturers in the UK being limited, we are delighted to enter this bespoke market to offer a collaborative and innovative alternative to the label industry’s converters.”

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