Cutting-edge equipment and more than 50 years of label printing experience mean your labels look right and stick right. At Seneca Label, based in Cleveland, Ohio, we have an ever-growing range of tools and resources we put to work for companies across the United States.
Our in-house services include an art and platemaking department, slitting facilities, 7-color and 4-color process printing, 13″ max web width, and embossing. Our large inventory of dies and materials, as well as a line of stock items, complements these areas to deliver quality label printing services.
Exceptional Custom Printing Services Start With In-house Pre-Press
We believe printing is more than the final step; it should be a consideration as early as possible. That’s why our in-house pre-press department features all the latest technology and expertise. Our pre-press specialists are highly trained in flexography and layout. Submit your art for an expert analysis.
Computer-to-plate Technology for Commercial Printing Services
The plate-making process used to take a lengthy amount of time, involve hazardous chemicals, and require skills similar to developing camera film. Today, we can make printing plates in-house. With our computer-to-plate technology, we’re able to quickly rip the art file to our plate making department, digitally laser etch a plate, and have it ready to be used on the press in an hour.
Our plate making is so state-of-the-art, we were one of the beta test sites for FujiFilm in the USA. Read the article here.
Seneca Label Printing Services Include In-house Slitting
Our in-house slitting facility is another way we work fast, keep costs down, and limit waste. We can purchase oversize rolls of stock paper and then slit them in-house to your specifications. We never let your custom labels out of our hands, ensuring the job is done right – and saving you extra money and potential headache.
Request a Quote on Our Printing Services
Request a quote and get labels that look right and stick right for any product labeling application. Here’s how to get started.
- Tell us your label size.
- Tell us your label quantity.
- Tell us how you plan to use and apply your label. (The more details, the better.)