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  1. Never used for production wrap around automatic label machine from Pack leader. Initially bought to slide in line on our in-line system for ease of bottle switch outs. We are changing our line and do not need this label machine. (used for a test run only). Depending on the length of the label and bottle size, up to 100 containers per minutes but will label automatically as a bottle passes the sensor so perfect for hand bottlers as well as high speed lines. The Packleader ELF-50 is incredibly easy top use, adjustments of in-feed, wrap belt and line belt are automatically synced. Label Specifications: Base Paper Translucent Reel Inner Diameter: 76 mm Reel Outer Diameter: 250 mm Gap of Label 3 mm min. Width of Base Paper Label Width + 4 mm Width of Label 120 mm Head – 10 ~ 120 mm Length of Label 15 ~ 300 mm (Standard) Label roll direction: #4 Left side of copy dispenses first. We initially set it up to run 50ml PET bottles and both the 750ml and 1L OSLO (Kaleido, Nordic) style bottles. These are incredibly robust and low maintenance label machines. Packleader also has exceptional and quick responses when help is needed. I also had a small powder coated cart made to hold the machine and a shelf for label storage for quick changes I would be happy to throw in with the machine (on wheels). Initially paid $10,500 plus $350 for the cart. I am open to offers but am Asking $7,500 for the machine. Best and please message for further details. Jesse Parker 1.360.929.4441 jesseparker@distillersway.com
  2. Aux Arc

    Neck tags

    Anyone who is using Neck tags or booklets attached to your bottle necks by elastic cord or string--did you have to get a COLA approval before release to retail? I have seen old posts where some were putting them on with cocktail recipes and the like, but I was thinking about more of a consumer education tag to explain , for example, why American Single Malt can't be called Scotch, or why a bottle is labeled Agave Spirits rather than tequila, etc. Thought it would be a great way to educate newer consumers as to what certain craft spirits are, how they are made, and identify how they are different. ( All true information, not puffing)But does it require a COLA?
  3. Recommendations for companies that will do bottle labels with no minimum orders. Asking because they all seem to be good and I wanted to hear what companies others have used and who they like. Thanks.
  4. The federal government has seen fit to grant us a DSP Permit. We are sending in our application to the great State of New York! Any and all advice on sourcing bottles, labels and tops would be appreciated. Hoping to post our open hours in early summer. Thanks to many of you on this forum, your guidance has been invaluable. Terry at Rock Valley Spirits
  5. Just curious if I understand this correctly. Previously I had submitted COLA for all bottle sizes that we make (50, 375, 750 and liter). Does all the information changed between the two meet "allowable changes"? Or do I need a separate cola for each? Just trying to streamline things. Thanks!
  6. Hi all, Does anyone have a good, affordable recommendation for a bottle supplier who does custom embossing? I want to have a small logo embossed on the upper part of my bottle similar to where Reyka has its embossing (pictured below). Thanks!
  7. I'm an experienced brand designer of 27 years with expert knowledge of what makes a brand work holistically with a total concept. I can create custom bottles, labels, logo, brand names- everything! I have worked with major (fortune 100) brands in many aspects of branding and design. Send me a Private Message and I'd be happy to discuss your project and brand Chad
  8. APHOLOS Brand Identity is a premium packaging identity supplier. At Apholos we design and manufacture premium metal labels, metal closures and accessories to enhance wines & spirits packages.As we expand our distribution in the USA, we are looking for experienced and enthusiastic sales representatives with strong and established customer relationships to represent our company in KENTUCKY & TENNESSEE states. Also with experience in building and growing new accounts.Qualifications:- At least 2 years packaging supplies sales experience.- Knowledge of the Kentucky / Tennessee spirits market.- Interpersonal and customer service skills.- Non competing high-end packaging supplies on his/her representations portfolio.Responsibilities:- Ability to meet sales objectives.- Performance in building, maintaining and growing new accounts.Applicants should contact Diego Gneri (Country Manager USA) via email to dgneri@apholos.com
  9. Hello from (sunny for this month) Seattle! We're a printing/label company out on the west coast. We work with a number of members currently and hope to work with many more! Check us out here We love what we do and those we work with. Cheers, Rob and the rest of Team Trysk
  10. Dellmation


    Hello, I am new to the boards. I am an investor in a new craft distillery and I am looking for any guidance on bottles, labels, closure and corresponding machinery. Any suggestions welcomed.
  11. Hello from the center of the country...beautiful Chicago! We want to spread word about our bottle decorating services - let us know in an email info@loggerheaddeco.com or call Steve at 630-488-9426 to discuss Small Batch Glass Decorating Options... High end Screen Printing with propriety printing process - Design and print all Pantone Colors Spray and Frostting - Organic or Ceramic (Fades to Full Coverage) WIndow Effects Many options - decorate your bottle just like the big brands We have stock tooling for several bottles - Rounds (lugged or non-lugged), Flat, Tapered, and Oval printing Craft Decorating is what we do! If you are in Denver for the ADI - Stop by and see us. Cheers!
  12. I'm curious... How often do distilleries redesign their products' labels? (I'm talking about major redesigns here... not just minor tweaks.) In the case of products sold in boxes (like whiskies), my question would extend to the design of the boxes. If you've been through a packaging redesign, what sort of results did you see from it? Cheers!
  13. Hello to all, My name is Tom Schiller and I work for Southern Graphic Systems (SGS). SGS is a full service graphics communication company and we provide services from creative through print (including foil stamp, emboss, coating, ....) all in house. We use state of the art technology and our quality is second to none. I manage the Craft Distillery Label Printing part of our business as my background includes starting up my own "Craft" brand a few years ago. I've walked in your shoes trying to get the right design, label approval, print quality, print Quantity, price, application method, .... so we can help with all of the above. We've also developed special programs for the craft distillery that helps the small distillery manage label purchases so they don't have to buy larger quantities that may end up being unused as you tweak your product(s) lineups. You can check us out at www.SGSINTL.com and I can be reached at Tom.Schiller@SGSINTL.COM or call me at 502.297.3048. We're here to help so let’s discuss your next project and get it started on the right path. A few minutes of your time invested now can save hours of frustration, delays and dollars down the road. Cheers! Tom
  14. I am looking for a digital label printer who can also do foil stamping. I have been disappointed by the capabilities of a few. East Coast would be preferred to reduce time and shipping costs. Thank you.
  15. Here at LabelOne Connect we believe in creating a unique label that perfectly complements the contents of its packaging. We create using state-of-the-art UV Waterless Web Offset and Digital Web Offset printing presses that offer a high-quality print with crisp lines and brilliant colors. To enhance a label even further, we offer special printing processes like foil, emboss, deboss, silkscreen, specialty die cuts, etc. We have access to simple label stocks as well as rich textured stocks that enrich the feel of a label. Label printing is not our only area of expertise, we also manufacture high-quality label applicators. We believe that a label applicator should apply labels to a product smoothly and seamlessly with little effort. Our engineers have designed our label applicators to withstand the rigors of any labeling environment by using high-quality materials and state-of-the-art technology. Ranging from manual to semi-automatic and fully-automatic controls, we know that our label applicators will meet anyone's labeling needs. Please visit our website for more information or give us a call (503-646-7933). We're waiting to hear from you! Facebook | YouTube
  16. Good Afternoon, I am new to this forum and am a sales representative for Wright Labels. We print labels for the wine, beer and gourmet food industry and have been in printing for over 50 years. We are able to do labels on rolls, in sheets, singles, with pressure sensitive and non pressure sensitive. We offer hot stamping, embossing, multi-level embossing, clear and metallic stocks, we carry our stocks in house. So no waiting for it to come in. Turn around times 1-2 weeks. We are also very familiar with TTB specifications. Also print posters, banners, rack cards, brochures, shelf talkers, bottle neck tags. Would love to talk with you about your labeling needs. I have been with this company for 30 years. We are in NC. Cheers! Carol Phillips Wright Labels 800-678-9019 ext. 3214
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