About Etivoet

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Boosting innovation rooted in deep experience

Founded in 1954, Etivoet is now a third-generation family business. Beginning exclusively with ticket printing, Etivoet has now developed into a leading, innovative expert in self-adhesive labels on rolls.

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Experienced based innovation

Etivoet has never stood still, and never will. Building on our outstanding expertise and experience, we continue to seek out innovative advances with new techniques, advanced machines and groundbreaking, internationally praised products, some of which have led to new patents.

Responding to the concrete demands of the marketplace, Etivoet develops high-quality products with attention to even the tiniest details. We offer a wide range of solutions for sectors including chemistry, cosmetics, food and beverage, industry and pharma. Furthermore, our creative label techniques have been a source of inspiration in the marketing sector for years.

Expertise in printing techniques

Depending on your specific needs, 2 printing methods can be used for your labels: flexography and digital printing.

Flexography

Flexography

This printing technique uses flexo plates (similar to stamps) to print colours in sequence on the chosen substrate. Printing can take place using the four standard colours (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) or by ‘stamping’ with Pantone colours.

Advantages:

  • Perfect for medium to high volume print runs using standard labels: lower price
  • With Panton colours, a logo can be printed in exactly the right colours
  • Best option for special applications such as glue printing, multi-layer and black mark
  • A flexographic printer is wider and faster than a digital printer

Disadvantages:

  • Installation takes longer
  • Flexo plates are costlier
  • Each print must be identical (plates print identical images)

 

VOC Free

 

VOC free printer

Digital printing

Digital printing

Digital files are prepared for printing using a computer. Ink is then applied to a photo-imaging plate (PIP), which prints the image on the substrate (paper, PE, PP or other material). This process does not use a traditional plate.

Advantages:

  • No costs for plates
  • Combination of multiple labels is possible
  • Best option for small print runs (and for small series or highly varied series)

Disadvantages:

  • Ink for this process is costlier; maximum width is limited; process takes longer than flexography
VOC free labels
2020

100% safe labels for the environment and our health.

Finat Logo
2019

Philippe Voet, manager of Etivoet, is a member of the FINAT board of directors. FINAT is the international association of European label printers.

2010
2010

Multi-layer labels: in-house research and development results in water-resistant labels with up to 9 printable surfaces.

2000
2000

A separate department is created to produce labels for the pharmaceutical industry using one of the first digital printers in Europe. We attain ISO-9001 and BRC-IOP certification.

1990
1990

Introduction of booklet labels.

1980
1980

Besides tickets and self-adhesive labels, Etivoet also begins printing continuous feed forms.

1970
1970

Launched in 1973, Etivoet played a pioneering role in Belgium by printing rolls of self-adhesive labels.

1960
1960

Besides tickets, Etivoet begins printing adhesive labels.

1950
1950

Time to make the step from traditional printing to special roll printing applications.

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