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Labeltronix White Paper Introduces PET Liners for Labeling

Posted on April 24, 2014

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Wineries and wine bottlers can learn about the benefits of using PET Liners on their labels from a new white paper prepared by Labeltronix, Southern California’s leading producer of high-quality labels.

PET Liners are sleek label liners made from stretched polyethylene terephthalate (PET). They are designed to replace traditional kraft paper liners.

“The Bottom Line on Clear Liners for Wine Labels,” released in April 2014, gives readers insights into the “why” and “how” of changing to PET liners for label production lines.

“We wrote this white paper to explain the many benefits of this new option for wine bottlers,” says John Trail, president of Labeltronix. “For our customers who have started using PET Liners, the reviews have been outstanding.”

Among the benefits they report from replacing paper liners with PET:

• Faster bottling speeds
• Greater efficiency due to longer runs
• Removing “paper dust” in use of the product

“Mobile bottlers tell us this liner has streamlined their operations,” said Trail.

To get your copy of the free white paper, go to

About Labeltronix

Labeltronix delivers on the promise of quality and reliability in every customer solution it creates for consumer product manufacturers of food, wine, nutritional supplements, cosmetics, automotive, and personal care products. Labeltronix is Southern California's leading provider of labels, labeling systems and supplies, service and technical support. It has become the single-source supplier for all of its customers - its labeling experts don't simply follow the trends; they set them. For more information visit

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