Systematization of the labeling and packaging production techno logies in Ukraine

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Blahodir O. L., Rozum T. V., Sokol O. P. № 2 (51) 101-106 Image Image

The analysis of the Ukrainian packaging materials market has been conducted. The packaging type classification has been developed on the basis of the following characteristics: function, material, composition, construction, production technology. The label types have been classified by materials, methods of applying to the product, shape, reliability and function. The main printing methods both for large and small runs have been highlighted and most used printed materials for labeling and packaging products have been accented based on a printing house personal data.

Keywords: packaging, label, materials, printing methods.

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