There is probably no other market where such diverse requirements apply to labels as the beverages segment – from basic soft drinks labels with a short shelf life to high-finish labels for wines and spirits that need to last much longer. 

In addition to decorative requirements, it is above all technical properties such as the washability, recyclability and application speed of these labels that determine the printing process used and the level of finishing. 

The modular design of Gallus presses and their wide range of inline finishing processes go a long way to ensuring a successful end result. 

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Gallus EM 340 S / 430 S / 510 S

The Gallus EM 340/430/510 S can be used to produce self-adhesive and monofoil labels as well as a wide range of other products.

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Gallus RCS 430

The Gallus RCS 330/430 supports six printing processes and is redefining the future of label printing. The platform concept, modular design and high level of automation enable labelprinters to produce top-quality short and medium-sized runs cost-effectively.

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Gallus TCS 250

The Gallus TCS 250 combines a wide range of printing, processing and finishing options to suit all requirements. The modular extendibility of this machine system makes it the first choice, especially for labels with the highest quality specifications.

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