Topflight has over 30 years of experience partnering with suppliers in the #automotive industry to make #tirelabels, overlays, #sensors, printed electronics, Poron® gaskets, and seals. As pressures increase to reduce costs and vehicle weight while adding functionality, we use our wide range of capabilities to innovate and bring new ideas to market.
Millennials, representing close to 35% of today's retail buying force, now gravitate toward #customization, which is becoming an expectation in the #packaging world, and not an extravagance. This trend is evolving in every industry, as consumers want to feel a connection to what they purchase.
Topflight's self-destructing labels can be created utilizing security slits, patterned adhesive zones, or custom printed void patterns, which warn consumers of product or #labeltampering. Depending on which method is chosen, an attempt at removing the destructing labels will either cause the construction to split, or leave a release pattern behind on the surface of the labeled object.
Topflight Corporation produces many of the #labels you see in your home and garden every day. From #powertools to #appliances to #fireextinguishers, we are equipped to produce any configuration or label design, plus a variety of exceptionally demanding applications like labels which remain unhindered by high temperatures, solvent resistant products, weather and UV fade-resistant substances, and special #adhesive performance on difficult surfaces.
#PressureSensitiveLabels have come a long way, as the engineering and performance of both the substrates and adhesives have dramatically improved. #Topflight has a variety of adhesives and material constructions, including those that are #UL/CSA approved, to meet your most demanding conditions.
#Safety is always one of the biggest concerns in industrial settings, but fortunately #labels can be posted to assist people with #compliance and following established safety procedures. #SafetyLabels can warn of pinch points, moving parts, hot surfaces, cutting, rotating and crushing blades, among a variety of other hazards.