Innovia announces RayoForm ICU clear film

Innovia Films has released a new film for label use, RayoForm ICU, a crystal clear film produced with Innovia’s bubble process.

Innovia Film’s new clear In-mould label film RayoForm ICU is designed for use with clear containers.

This new film has been specifically developed for use with clear containers, where a clear background can give a label added impact. Innovia claims that RayoForm ICU also maximises printing and moulding performance and efficiencies. Print trials have shown it can exceed industry standards for sheets per hour. For the moulder, RayoForm ICU offers increased productivity through faster label handling, enhanced container shape retention and more efficient stacking. It’s currently available in thickness of 58 micron/230 gauge.

Richard Southward, Innovia’s global product manager for labels explains “There is a continued trend towards clear containers.  Brand Managers favour them because they allow consumers to see the nature, quality and colour of their products before purchase.  Clear containers also allow brands to enhance their on-pack branding and offer greater shelf impact.”






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