Multi-page labels increase the space available for printing product information, and offer a cost effective way of producing multilingual packaging. They're usually created by placing a leaflet section on top of a self-adhesive label, sometimes with another self-adhesive layer as a cover.
There are several different forms of label that have more than one layer, including:
- Booklet or leaflet labels
- Multi-page labels
- Peel & read labels
- Wrapeel (our trademarked solution)
- Flag Labels
Recent labelling innovations have seen the development of opaque materials that can be used for multi-page labels; a solution which was not previously possible.
Multi-page labels are particularly useful for pharmaceutical and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, and as cosmetics products.