A global specialty packaging pioneer and leading label producer, CCL provides innovative solutions to the Premium Food & Beverage, Home & Personal Care, Healthcare & Specialty, Automotive & Durables and Consumer markets worldwide.
CCL Label’s beverage division is committed to help its customers create the desired brand image for their products.
What’s in it for you?
Developing and continuously advancing unique brand images has become top priority in the industry. Beer, water, soft drinks, wine and spirits producers – everyone is looking for possibilities to excite regular consumers and win over new ones. Especially the younger target groups expect to be surprised and convinced by unusual features activating their senses.
Whether it‘s personalisation or never seen before effects and embellishments, the aim goes beyond catching the consumer‘s eye: It is to connect, to convey a positive feeling and to build or strengthen the relationship between brand and consumer.
CCL Label actively supports its customers with passion for new technologies and innovations as well as limitless press capabilities including digital capabilities and tailor-made software configurations as well as all sorts of embellishments.
The CCL beverage team is at your disposal wherever in the world you need us.
Craft Beer Initiative
Producing the right label for a product is almost like brewing a good beer:
It’s all about the ingredients, handling as well as knowledge, experience – and a spark of creativity. CCL Label’s craft beer unit helps find the perfect label for every ale, stout, lager or porter.
Local presence and high flexibility thanks to a densely woven production network enable CCL to offer excellent service to all customers – both large and small.
Digital printing is ideal for short runs and therefore the perfect solution for craft beer known for seasonal brews and ever-changing portfolios. Combination printing is another well-fitting technology for craft beer labels: all kinds of varnishes and special inks can be applied. CCL even offers a combination of digital and conventional printing technologies.