Jinda launches three self-adhesive materials

Shanghai Jinda Plastic, a Chinese manufacturer of self-adhesive materials, unveiled three new products at Labelexpo Europe 2017.
Jinda launches three self-adhesive materials

The 75um PP synthetic paper maintains good performance at low temperatures (down to -40 deg C), and can been used in frozen food labels. 65um PE material is lighter than the previous 85um PE version, which makes it more environmentally friendly. An ultra-transparent BOPP material helps create the ‘no-label look’, and is aimed at liquor applications.

‘These three materials are the outcome of our long-term research and development in the industry. We are insisting on supplying better products and services for our clients,’ said Leo Deng, sales director of Jinda.

Jinda has a 120,000 square meter production base in Shanghai, and 11 slitting and distribution centers in China. At present, exports account for 30 percent of its business.

‘Our partners are in nearly 40 countries across five continents. It’s our seventh time taking part in Labelexpo Europe, and I think it’s a perfect opportunity to reach potential customers and know the global trends of the industry,’ Leo Deng added.

Jinda will be present at Labelexpo Asia 2017, which will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) on December 5-8.

Yolanda Wang

  • China editor