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Integrated Products

Lithotech’s specialised web finishing lines enable a variety of substrates and adhesives to be brought together and then intricately die-cut to produce a unique range of integrated products.

Our integrated products can be computer-printed at the same time as the surrounding carrier document, saving on processing costs, lengthening printer life and eliminating the chance of mismatching.

Our range includes:

  • Integrated labels
  • Integrated membership cards
  • Integrated postcards
  • Integrated envelopes

Integrated Labels

Whether you need a number of labels per page or one large label, with Lithotech’s integrated labels, the choice is yours.

Formed by applying silicon-release paper to the glued back of the label area and then die-cutting into any shape or size, integrated labels provide the perfect solution.

Integrated labels are ideal for:

  • Waybill system labels
  • Medical services labels (eg, radiology services)
  • Invoice labels
  • Address labels

Integrated Membership Cards

Integrated membership cards are supplied as part of a carrier document, to be removed by the recipient. Integrated cards are extremely cost-effective in comparison to conventional plastic cards, making them ideal for:

  • Temporary retail cards
  • Medical aid cards
  • Cards that require a photograph or signature

Integrated Postcards

Postcards are a cost-effective means of communicating – there are no costs associated with envelopes and inserting, and the reduction in processes results in a faster turnaround time.

By gluing an additional panel to the main document, a postcard that would be removed by tearing along a perforation, is created.

Integrated Envelopes

Envelopes are ideal when a document needs to be returned, or when information is confidential or of a sensitive nature.

Integrated envelopes are created by adding an additional panel of paper that is glued around three sides and a line of remoistenable glue, to the main document.

The envelope would be removed from the main document by via a perforation.