Multi-Color Australia supports the Wine & Spirits, Consumer Products and Healthcare markets in the Asia Pacific region with the world’s best premium label solutions. From regional artisans to global brands, Multi-Color has a suite of technologies, substrates, embellishments and market leading innovations to deliver the best value and quality across all mediums and ensure that your label is a true reflection of your brand.
With production facilities and offices across Australia including Perth, Adelaide, Griffith, Barossa and Brisbane/Queensland, Multi-Color is perfectly positioned to support the expansive diversity of the region’s premium industries.
After many years on Australian shelves, Beerenberg, a condiments and jams manufacturer underwent a brand refresh to modernize and attract new customers.
Consumers saw the current branding as German, however the product is 100% Australian. A new branding effort was required to bring relevance back to the product and have consumers connect with its Australian roots.
Through our commitment to innovation and continuous improvement, we are constantly investing in new technologies, materials and process to ensure we remain at the forefront of our industry, pioneering new standards for premium labels. From raw materials to finished goods, our in-house Research & Development team has a focused effort on new product development and new market innovations that help build brands and drive sales.
A wine served too cold or too warm will never deliver its full potential. Perfect Serve™ will indicate when your wine is at the perfect serving temperature to enhance flavor and aromas. Using specially developed three phase thermos-chromatic inks, the label graphic will communicate if the wine is too warm, too cold or – perfect, ensuring maximum enjoyment, as the winemaker intended.
Alpha Numeric Variable Data
Alpha Numeric Variable Data can be added to any coupon label providing an opportunity for winning codes to be seeded into label production in the form of unique QR or alpha numeric codes.
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