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Label printing company: Multi-Color Corporation (LABL)

Multi-Color Corporation (NASDAQ:LABL) was founded in 1916 and is headquartered in Batavia, Ohio, USA, with 5000 full-time employees. It is a label solutions provider and one of the largest label companies in the world .

Multi Color Corporation

Multi-Color Corporation (LABL):

As a true global label solution provider, Multi-Color Corporation (MCC) is one of the largest label companies in the world. Its main market segments are as follows: household personal care products, food and beverages, healthcare, special products, consumer durables and Alcohol products. Multi-Color Corporation provides services to these markets around the world, and its business interests are distributed in North America, Latin America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and Asia Pacific. At present, the company has approximately 5,000 full-time employees, operates 47 production facilities with advanced technology, and provides services to more than 20 countries.

Colorful company provides pressure sensitive labels; in-mold labels; heat transfer labels; shrink sleeve labels; cut and stacked labels for gluing applications, including peel off promotional labels, thermochromic, holograms and metalized films; and promotional products such as scratchable Coupons, static attachments and tags. In addition, Multi-Color Corporation also provides graphics and pre-press services; and various printing methods consisting of flexographic, offset printing, rotogravure, letterpress and digital services.

Colorful companies serve home and personal care, wine and spirits, food and beverages, healthcare and specialty consumer products, and container manufacturers in North America, Central America, and South America, as well as Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Southeast Asia and China.

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