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When it comes to Branding, a company’s image and identity are inseparably, defined by the labeling that showcases their name and logo.

When labeling begins to degrade or disappears from durable products, parts, and components manufactured from polyolefin thermoplastics, companies not only lose the image and identity that makes that product valuable, they lose perception of value in the minds of consumers.

Therefore, products, parts, or components that proudly wear your Brand name & logo should do so in the most permanent and durable way, sparking emotion and turning prospects into customers for life.

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When products, parts, or components manufactured of polyolefin thermoplastics pose possible risk of injury or death when used, it’s the producers burdened with a “duty to warn” through the implementation of safety/warning labeling.

Common, adhesion-based labeling methods, that perform both an essential and liable role, can become a liability when affixed to polyolefin thermoplastics due to the performance properties of these versatile plastics since their very nature is to resist adhesion from chemicals, fuels, and more).

It’s crucial for labeling that performs both an essential and liable role to remain on these products parts, and components conveying safety/warning information for life no matter the environment or exposure.

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Every year, billions of reusable packaging products such as pallets, crates, bins, crates, drums and other custom solutions are manufactured from polyolefin thermoplastics.

There’s one major problem however! 10%-40% of this reusable packaging goes missing each year due to loss of tracking/traceability and is costing several industries millions every year.

This loss is due in part to the inability of adhesion-based track/traceability labeling to permanently adhere to these low surface energy plastics.

Not only do these plastics reject adhesion from the onset, they undergo heavy vibration, environmental exposures, heated sanitation, and pressure washing cycles multiple times throughout their 3+ year lifespan.

It’s paramount that track/traceable labeling stay intact where longevity, durability and permanence matters most.

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Counterfeiting poses a serious threat to global trade at an estimated $323B loss annually, not only to companies pocketbooks, but to their hard-earned reputation. And while purses, watches, and sunglasses make up part of that equation, it’s durable products, parts, and components made from polyolefin thermoplastics that make up another. These plastics are a primary material used in industries such as Automotive, Durable Consumer Goods, Durable Juvenile Products, Power Equipment, and more.

The problem is, polyolefin thermoplastics by their very nature reject adhesion-based methods. So unless labels can be applied permanently to the product or part with no ability of removal, counterfeiters will continue to counterfeit not only the products, but also the labels supposedly protecting them regardless of whether or not those labels contain built-in authentication safeguards.

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Medical Waste containment systems made of polyolefin thermoplastics have “Hazardous Waste” or “Biohazard” warning labels for a reason. First, they direct what the product, part, or components is used for. Second, these labels convey safety/warning information to users.

During their lifespan, medical waste containers encounter heavy use and handling along with hundreds of high temperature pressure wash and chemical sanitation cycles. These cycles not only degrade adhesion-based labeling methods, if these labels are lucky enough to make it through, they’re left exposed with sticky adhesives and other layers susceptible to future contamination from the microbes and other germs encountered in medical facilities.

Labeling for these containment systems should not only be permanent, but microbe free for life use.

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