Packaging Coordinators (PCI), previously AndersonBrecon, has introduced a new standalone labeling service that is expected to cut down design and printing turnaround times.
The company developed the solution in a bid to address the needs of customers in the industry, providing bespoke, support and ensuring that even projects where labeling requirements change unexpectedly are kept on track well.
The service creates added value for customers and is set to establish the company as a third party label provider.
PCI can translate labels into any language for customers as part of its labeling service capabilities, and can provide regulatory support to make sure that the supplied text is fit for purpose in the destination countries.
PCI UK site director Dr Sue Miles said the new service builds on the company’s proposal to being a flexible and reliable packaging partner.
"We recognise that our customers are constantly dealing with changing requirements and timelines and have developed our latest service to ensure we can meet their demands in the most efficient and cost-effective way," Miles said.