Label Materials

There are many label materials available, but we’ll help you find the one (or many) that’s perfect for your products. Label stocks vary greatly in terms of look, feel, and performance, so it’s important to identify the right material for your bottle labels, can labels, and any other type of container.

Different Types of Label Materials

When it comes time to invest in the best labels for your products, Blue Label Packaging Company can help. We offer a wide range of label stocks to match your preferred aesthetic, live up to demanding applicating environments, and address an array of other concerns.

These types of label materials are broken into two main groups: paper and film.

Paper Labels

Paper is an incredibly versatile label stock. It is a great choice for products in need of a more natural look or feel. Paper is generally less durable and water-resistant than film material, but can be a high-class solution when paired with different printing capabilities like embossing or UV Varnish . At Blue Label, we offer several types of paper labels, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Textured Label Paper
  • Linen
  • Felt
  • Estate
  • Metallic
  • Kraft

Film Labels

Film label materials are highly durable, long-lasting stocks that feature natural resistance to water, UV light, abrasion, and other potential threats especially when laminated. Film labels offer a variety of material styles made from a few different polymers that differ in levels of rigidity, flexibility, and durability.

  • Polypropylenes (BOPP)
  • Polyester (PET)
  • Polyolefin (MDO)
  • Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol (PETG)

Find the Perfect Label Material for Your Products

There are hundreds of potential material combinations, and we’ll help you find the one that’s perfect for your label design and budget. Our team can work with you to identify which stock is right for your specific needs so that you can properly showcase your products. Contact Blue Label today to have us start on your next batch of labels.