CCL LABEL, INC.
|CCL LABEL, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140001742||SHEET DIVIDERS WITH VISIBLE TABS AND CORRESPONDING COVERED TABS||01-02-2014|
|20130334316||OUTSERT WITH VARIABLE DATA - The specification discloses an outsert assembly for pharmaceutical and other containers. The assembly includes an outsert, a tape holding the outsert in a folded configuration, and a machine-readable identifier on the tape. The machine-readable identifier may include e-pedigree information. The outsert may include printed dosage information and relevant medical warnings.||12-19-2013|
|20090126865||METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A LABEL HAVING A REFLECTIVE PORTION - A method for manufacturing a label having a highly reflective printed ink portion. The method includes the steps of printing an ink on a carrier film, laminating the carrier film to a label film so that the ink adheres to the label firm, and removing the carrier film from the label film so that the ink remains on the label film. The exposed surface of the ink—originally formed on the carrier film—is highly reflective, especially when the ink is a metallic ink.||05-21-2009|
|20090072527||HOLOGRAPHIC IN-MOLD LABEL - The specification discloses an in-mold label (IML) having an improved holographic image. The label includes a base ply and a top ply laminated together. The base ply is an in-mold label material, and the top decorative ply is a different material that is smoother than the base ply material. A holographic material is on the top surface of the top ply, and a holographic image in formed in the holographic material to provide a bright, aesthetically attractive label.||03-19-2009|
|20080202668||BILLBOARD LABEL - The specification discloses a label assembly having a portion that projects from a container. The label assembly includes a base layer and a projecting or billboard layer. The billboard layer is partially adhered to the base layer leaving marginal portions that are not adhered to the base layer. The base layer is adapted to conform to the container. The billboard layer is relatively stiff, enabling the marginal portions to extend away from the container.||08-28-2008|
Patent applications by CCL LABEL, INC.