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  • 16 Jul 2020

Nobelus launches Cross Market Ingenuity program

Nobelus has launched Cross Market Ingenuity, a brand enhancement concept enabling manufacturers to create brand conformity by applying the company’s specialty laminating films across various vertical markets

Nobelus has launched Cross Market Ingenuity, a brand enhancement concept enabling manufacturers to create brand conformity by applying the company’s specialty laminating films across various vertical markets in the print industry.

‘We chose the term Cross Market Ingenuity because it is reflective of the ability of Nobelus’ specialty laminating films to create a consistent brand identity and appearance to printed projects in various markets such as folded carton, general commercial print, flexible packaging and label,’ said Angie Mohni, VP of marketing for Nobelus. ‘This term is really reflective of Nobelus’ mission to enhance people, partners and the world’s brands.’

Using decades of its experience and drive for innovation, Nobelus is in constant pursuit of new technology and applications to satisfy new market and industry needs. One of those market trends is the convergence of print offerings to reach a broader customer base. Many commercial printers are adding labels to their portfolio, and some label producers are moving into pouch, flexible packaging and folding carton production.

Using the Cross Market Ingenuity concept to engage a consumer’s senses by applying tactile films, such as Nobelus’ LuxeFilms including Karess, FineLeather and ScuffProof across all these applications enables brand consistency, while also giving print service providers new streams of revenue.

To showcase the Cross Market Ingenuity concept, Nobelus has created a fictional chocolate shop Luxe Chocolatiers and offers samples of a folded carton, menu, flexible bag and labels laminated with the same film.

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