and the IML process

“In-mold labeling” , or IML, is a process that allows you to fuse your labels which are printed on polypropylene film (white, opaque, transparent, matt, gloss, etc.), and molded onto your containers or parts, regardless of the shape.

As a result, your brand image can be printed on various containers or parts, and is protected by elements such as the cold, moisture as well as scratches.

The IML process treads lightly on the ecosystem and meets the highest environmental standards. Its components, including its inks and varnishes, are fully recyclable and regular monitoring ensures that standards are met. IML devotes a significant proportion of its production to the food sector requiring a minimum of residual odor and a zero ink migration policy.

IML has been used for over 25 years in Europe, and is now becoming increasingly popular in North America. IML Labels makes every effort to adequately meet the needs of North American clients (moulders) with premium products.


Fully integrated preparation and verification services for your files. A pre-flight of your file, spot repair, color adjustment, imposition, varnish preparation and high-resolution proofs, including the archiving of all your work.


IML is gracol certified. Therefore it uses gray balance charaterization and calibration methods to fingerprint the offset presses to manage color reproduction and consistency across processes.
  • 3 six color presses with coating capacity.
  • Inks and lacquers for the food industry.
  • Printing on polypropylene film.


Die-cutting per sheet or package while respecting the size of labels with unparalleled accuracy.


Routing marked, sorted, and protected packages, guaranteeing the integrity of your product upon reception.

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