Celloglas has a wealth of experience across a number of markets. We offer a wide range of solutions including decoration, protection and enhancement.
Celloglas add value to printed matter across brands, retailers and publishers; often working directly with printers, print management or designers.
Take a look at the markets we work in…
Magazine and book publishers can stand-out on the shelf or newsstand and encourage further engagement with their brand through decorative print finishes.
Whether it is to make a magazine glossy or add a “wow factor” to a book cover by applying a foil masthead or a glitter finish, we’ve got the technology to add more depth to the reading experience.See examples of publishing
Celloglas work with a number of companies that manage the production of DVD/CD and games packaging.
Celloglas offer finishes that enhance printed designs through a range of techniques including foil blocking, embossing, spot UV, glitter varnish and many more.
See our examples of multimedia in the Inspiration section.See examples of multimedia
Decorative finishes are a well-established way of enhancing the perceived value of a product that is carried in packaging.
Traditionally used across markets such as cosmetics & healthcare, champagne & spirits and gifts & confectionery, print finishes are a proven way to demonstrate brand worth and product value.See examples of packaging
As an active member of POPAI, Celloglas understands the importance of point of sale in the retail environment. On average, 46% of shoppers change their product choice in the last 4 feet before purchasing, due to the influence of POP material. Celloglas offer a range of finishes which make point of sale stand out and create a sales uplift.See examples of point of sale
Greetings cards, gift wrap and other stationery all call for decorative finishes. Celloglas works with a number of established greetings card printers, providing the finishing touches to designs. Popular choices are foil blocking, spot UV or glitter varnish.See examples of greetings