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Flexo: The minimum is 1,000 labels
Digital: No minimum

Flexo: Normally, between 7 to 10 working days
Digital: 5 working days after approval of the proof

We will send you an order confirmation by fax or email. Simply indicate your shipping preference on your order form. This confirmation includes the details of your order, the expected delivery date and instructions for shipping the goods.

More than 10,000 dies of different sizes in stock, available in oval, rectangular, round, square, sheet and special shapes.

Flexo: Up to 8 colours and cold stamping

Indigo Digital: Up to 7 colours

Flexo: 13 x 22 inches width
HP Indigo Digital: 12.59 inches wide

By choosing Profecta as your label supplier, you have access to the best of both worlds in label printing technology – flexography and digital printing. You then decide what best suits your needs.


Yes, all over Canada and the United States.

Flexo: 175 lpi
HP Indigo Digital: 180 lpi

Yes, just provide us with a sample.

There is no fixed price. The price is based on the quantity of square inches required and the shape of the label.

These are the primary colors used to create a complete image. These colours are cyan, magenta, yellow and black.

Send via email or download via our FTP site – see the “Infography” page for instructions.

We can print on almost any type of self-adhesive or non-adhesive materials such as: paper, polyester, vinyl, thermal, polypropylene, aluminum, bag, plastic, Kimdura, Tyvek, as well as a wide variety of customized materials.

Yes, by using the right equipment and printing process, it is possible to achieve greater durability for outdoor applications. 

Cutting: Operation where the self-adhesive material is transformed into the desired shape using a die. Most self-adhesive labels must be cut, as part of the manufacturing process and product finishing. Considering the type of label, printing requirements and cutting form, the operation can be done using flexible or solid dies (metal cylinder).

Direct thermal is a material coated with a layer that reacts to heat. Once heated, the print head reacts the solvents and the dye contained in this layer of the material and thus forms the image. Direct thermal is more expensive than thermal transfer, requires no ribbon and has a shorter life span than TT. A thermal transfer material creates its impression using a thermal ribbon. The heat of the print head causes the ribbon to react and fuse the print on the material.


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