Glass jar packaging has been one of the main food packaging options since its introduction because it is environmentally friendly and protects the food for a longer period of time. It has almost zero rates of chemical interactions keeping their content perfectly unstained. This is the reason why it is still relevant today and still rocking the shelves of major supermarkets.
Coding and marking on jars is either done on top of its metal lid or on the label found around the jar’s body. In this case, coding printers are required to print on flat metal and on curved surfaces. MapleJet technology offers high quality, low ink consumption, and low maintenance printers to be used on a metal substrate and printing on jar labels with curved surfaces. Additionally, we offer easy changeover with minimal changeover time as well as extremely fast-drying ink.