For Great Lakes Label, interest in eye-catching printing techniques is paying off for their customers.
David Savastano, Editor05.15.17
Whether it is printing cutting-edge labels or providing cradle-to-grave solutions for its customers, Great Lakes Label, Comstock Park, MI, thrives on innovation. The company prints labels using digital and flexographic presses, and prides itself in the precision it is able to capture using its flexo presses and state-of-the-art printing technologies, including foils, embossing, tactile effects and rotary screen.
“Our capability to innovate is important to our success,” said Tony Cook, the founder of Great Lakes Label. “We have a commitment to innovation. We have a lot of fun working with new creative technologies.”
History of Great Lakes Label
Cook, learned virtually all aspects of the label industry right out of college, and has been applying what he learned ever since.
“My first job out of college was with a label company,” Cook said. “I was supposed to be in sales, but that position wasn’t open, and as a result, they put me
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