Foil lamination

Print lamination is a finishing process in printing, in which a thin layer of plastic (laminate) is combined with paper or cardboard. Laminating in packaging production enhances the aesthetic qualities of printing, its durability and is used to protect it from UV radiation.

Types of film used: gloss, matte, soft touch.


Varnishing a print is another way of refining it. It is a technological process that increases the quality and attractiveness of the printed surface and protects it from mechanical wear. Varnishing a print means applying to the entire surface of the print or part of it, a liquid substance of a certain stickiness, consisting of drying oils, natural or synthetic resins, without coloring agents in its content.

Types of varnishes used:

  • dispersion: gloss, matte, deep matte
  • UV: (high gloss, matte)

  • hybrid – also called drip off. The structure of this finish is slightly rough, as if the printing surface was covered with small droplets. DRIP-OFF hybrid varnish is obtained in the process of applying two visually different varnishes – gloss and matte – to the printed surface. Their combination makes each product unique and has a perceptible texture.

  • Soft touch – is a method of print refining, which involves covering the surface of the cardboard with a varnish having a finish that is soft to the touch. This is a type of matte varnish, which gives the print an elegant look and protects it from mechanical wear, scratches and other external factors.

Hot stamping

This is a technique often used in the production of premium boxes. It involves refining the sheet by using a special machine, dies and foil that gives the printed surface a certain appearance. The foils used for hot stamping can be divided into metallic, colored (matte or glossy), pearl (colored with high transparency) and also holographic. The selection of the type of foil allows to achieve the expected final effect that will make the packaging stand out, affect its quality and the way the product is perceived.


A process which is known in the industry as surface treatment. This process “raises” a certain part of the packaging giving it a premium look without using additional material. Embossing is one of the most common and effective techniques in package printing, adding more dimension to the overall package design. Embossing features a wide range of applications and options. The surface of embossing can be a simple lettering as well as a multi-level complex pattern.


Types of print

Offset print, digital or screen printing? The choice usually depends on the productions volume and type of surface.

Other processes

Die cutting, gluing, storage – these are other processes, thanks to which we provide complete service.