The Multi-Color Omaha facility has a long heritage of serving our Food & Beverage and Home & Personal Care segments. It provides labeling solutions for some of the largest consumer packaged goods companies in the world that demand the highest level of quality, service, and productivity.
Pressure sensitive labels are the main decorative technology utilized in Omaha. We offer 2-ply extended content labels, coupons/instant redeemable coupons, plowfolded booklets, and sheeted labels. The print technologies available at Omaha include UV flexography, water-based flexography, and UV rotary screen. Cold foil is also a popular embellishment at this plant and limited label application is available as well.
Multi-Color was notified by a strategic partner that our Omaha team was awarded new Pressure Sensitive label business. The portfolio of business included 400+ SKU’s across three unique manufacturing facilities. However, to align with our clients internal initiatives the transition needed to be completed in 120 days which included new art and the qualifying MCC as the new label supplier.
After the scope of the business award and transition timeline was established our Omaha team quickly alerted the needed team members and assembled a dedicated onboarding team to layout the new business transition plan.
Through our commitment to innovation and continuous improvement, we are constantly investing in new technologies, materials and processes to ensure we remain at the forefront of our industry, pioneering new standards for premium labels. From raw materials to finished goods, our in-house Research & Development team has a focused effort on new product development and new market innovations that help build brands and drive sales.
Thin Film PSL
Thin film label facestocks for pressure sensitive and shrink sleeve labels reduce your carbon footprint. Thin film can reduce decoration weight as much as 36 percent.
Tactile packaging encourages touch at shelf. This is important because if aesthetically pleasing packaging can influence the consumer to pick up the product, they are 80% more likely to place it in their cart than return it to the store shelf.