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Leo Luxe enhances portfolio with Color-Logic certification

March 24
10:58 2013

Leo Luxe has enhanced its comprehensive production capabilities and is now a certified Color-Logic printer. Utilising the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System™ for offset printing presses, Leo Luxe now offers its luxury packaging clients an extended range of metallic effects.

Leo Luxe offers customers an end-to-end bespoke service to meet individual customer needs, developing innovative techniques to transform paper and creating unique packaging concepts that stand-out on the store shelf. The Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System™ will enable the company to provide yet another way of producing eye-catching decorative effects and finishes. This differentiates packaged products, giving customers an added edge in the market.

Cuan O’Callaghan, Leo Luxe, says, “We constantly aim to improve and innovate our product offering and are pleased to offer the fantastic metallic and special effects created by the Color-Logic system. It is essential to offer value-added products and this enables us to provide additional finishing and secondary processes that transform the look and feel of luxury packaging.”

Color-Logic licensed printers utilise this innovative, decorative effect system for metallic substrates, metallic inks and clear films to create an array of striking finishes. The technology fits seamlessly into any workflow and enables designers and printers to implement dramatic high-quality effects using existing equipment.

Leo Luxe will showcase its latest luxury packaging concepts, incorporating the Color-Logic effects, at a number of events throughout the year, including easyFairs® Packaging Innovations, London (1-2 October 2013), Luxe Pack New York (15-16 May 2013) and Luxe Pack Monaco (23-25 October 2013).

With its own extensive manufacturing plant, Leo Luxe is able to deliver cutting-edge design concepts and the highest-quality products to ensure its customers maximise the connection between the packaged product and its appeal to consumers. In addition, Leo Luxe continually develops new printing processes and applications to provide consistently unique and creative packaging concepts.
The company also prides itself on providing an added-value, end-to-end service that meets individual customer needs and incorporates innovative supply chain management solutions.

Leo Luxe’s luxury product categories include cosmetics, toiletries, watches and jewellery, premium drinks and confections.

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