Scottish papermaker Tullis Russell launches In-Print security feature for the public with features including print under adhesive, print under silicone, UV reactive print under coating; new offering can also be used for brand identity markets

GLENROTHES, Scotland , March 11, 2013 (press release) – Earlier this year we launched In-Print, an innovative new security feature, via Canada Post. Now we'd like to share it with you and offer you the chance to use it too.

As a new security feature, In-Print can work beyond postage stamps and can also be used in a range of product labels.

It can be offered as an authentication feature and also has the capability to be used for brand identity markets, providing consumers with peace of mind that the product is genuine.

Key Benefits

  • Print layer is locked into the substrate
  • Simple, practical and cost effective way of verification
  • Can be combined with other security features
  • Coating designed to support printed security features
  • Reassures the customer that the product is genuine
Key features
  • Print under adhesive: Reveal a print under the adhesive when a stamp or label is removed
  • Print under silicone: Reveal a print on the release liner when a stamp or label is removed
  • UV reactive print under coating: Print remains invisible until placed under UV light
  • Manufactured to ISO 9001 standard
  • Suitable for Digital print methods

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