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Pharmaceutical labelling machines are incredibly important as requirements for pharmaceutical labels become more extensive and stringent each year. Making sure...
Craft beer means tailored consumer choice. It means small independent breweries with a dedicated focus on flavour and quality over quantity. A commitment to making great beer alongside inventive and memorable brand identities, constantly changing and developing in order to keep abreast of market development.
While the official definition of a craft beer changes by market, they are all characterised by bold flavours and independent marketing.
Where the flavours of craft beer are boundary-pushing, breweries are released into a similar world of opportunity with their craft beer labels. From bright, dynamic colours to artistic illustration, craft beer shelves pop with creativity, in contrast to the brand-focused bottles of big breweries. Location, flavour, even optimal season for drinking can be conveyed with well-focused choices.
When considering craft beer labelling, the questions you ask about your beer, brewery and brand should cover the following:
Essentially, your brand identity will be complex, but your craft beer labels must take cues from this. Choosing bright, muted, or culturally-associated colours is one way of conveying this identity. Furthermore, a clearly displayed brand name could be secondary to a great label if your design is bold and unique. Maybe a unique or unexpected texture could be used, such as paper, or a matte, glossy or metalised film. A wood veneer or clear film could also catch the eye of a customer scanning the shelf.
Understanding how competitors do this by looking at their marketing is useful. Particularly notable brands for their unique labelling include:
The UK Government has guidelines on food labelling, (https://www.gov.uk/food-labelling-and-packaging/food-labelling-what-you-must-show) however, we have summarised the advice for you below.
This is all the must-have information that needs to be included on a label:
Your information must NOT be false or misleading, in any sense, on any of the above elements.
Sovereign Labeling can help deliver your packaging vision. Our wide range of machine capabilities means that we can assist your labelling, on the bottle-neck or using a wrap-around solution. Our expertise in labelling means that we can endeavour to fulfill any requirements you may have. Contact us below to find out more.
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Sovereign is a 30 year old company! Some of our employees been in the labelling industry for over 25 years.
Fully designed & manufactured in the UK for the last 30 years.
Robust build quality. All of our applicators are mounted on stainless steel frames, which are hygienic, long-lasting & robust.
Flexible, bespoke design capabilities, we don’t build machines to stock but rather design & build machines to suit each customer's requirements i.e. footprint, budget, product type, throughput, etc.
Extremely low cost of ownership, the components we use to build our machines are of the highest standard & quality, therefore offering machines that require very little maintenance spend over its lifetime.
We recommend when you should service your machine, based on running times & usage, we tailor a spares package to suit each individual machine so customers are only buying exactly what we recommend as critical spares.
All machines are PLC controlled, we design each program ourselves, tailored to each machine, with easy to navigate through settings/control via an HMI, which comes standard with each machine.
We are constantly looking at ways to improve the efficiency of our machines, to reduce setup times and make it simple to use for the operators.