Leo Luxe to show new finishing effects

Leo Luxe, a division of the Leo Paper Group will use the Packaging Innovations show to unveil new finishing effects,

including fluorescent flocking, plus a number of secondary processes such as Super Deep Embossing, which produces striking emboss designs up to 2cm in height that can be used for special logos and graphic elements on luxury packaging. A new metallic shimmer effect capability will also be demonstrated. This can be applied over embossed areas and is available in gold, copper and silver.

Cuan O’Callaghan, Leo Luxe, says, “All our products are designed with a high degree of versatility, so that we can work with customers on an individual basis and create customised and truly unique, eye-catching packages for luxury consumers.

The Packaging Innovations show takes place at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London from 30th September – 1st October.






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