Flexography is a modern style of letterpress printing. The flexographic printing process runs at extremely high press speeds and handles all printing, varnishing, laminating and die cutting in a single pass. This technique can print on a wide variety of substrate materials including plastic, metallic films, cellophane, and paper. Flexographic technique uses cost equipment that requires little maintenance. It is used for flexible plastics, retail bags, wallpaper and beverage cartons because it adapts well to different materials and allows faster ink drying time which leads to speedier production for lower costs. Prakash Labels team with an expertise of over 25 years uses the flexographic technique with utmost precision to achieve clients marketing objectives.

Screen Printing


Screen printing, also known as silk screen printing, is one of the oldest printing processes. It is a versatile technology can enhance the look of the label with the smooth finish. The screen printing technique offers many graphic advantages over other print methods. The labels that are produced by this technique are highly durable and moisture resistant, so they are ideal for outdoor or harsh environment applications and are not prone to bubbling or peeling. Moreover, substrates of any shape, thickness, and size can be used in this printing form.Textured, tactile and braille labels are possible with the use of screen printing. Many industries like beverage, clothing use this technique to add value to their product. Prakash Labels is among the few label printers in India that are using this technique for producing quality labels.


Digital label printing is a rapidly developing technology and is impacting the label industry at very large scale. It is printing from a digital based image directly to a variety of media. This modern printing process doesn’t require a printing plate, unlike traditional and modern flexographic process. Digital label printing allows easy modification and faster turnaround time. It offers high-quality labels at lower costs than offset printing. Prakash Labels believes in evolving with technology and is well equipped to perform digital label printing.



1. 2D effect
Made up of multiple two dimensional layers with hologram images which are visually placed one behind another giving a visual depth to produce an effect. Prakash can print labels in any shape and sizd as per the requirement of the client.

2. Fingerprint effect
Inkless fingerprint labels provide a clear special formulated chemical solution that rises up to the surface offering the ideal amount for perfect fingerprints every time. These may be used for identification or tracking purposes depending upon the need of the client.

3. Fragrance inc
Prakash prints customised fragrance embedded labels to enable our customers engage the end consumers by capturing the brand’s essence. These might be used for promotional scent marketing as well providing the customers a unique sampling experience.

4. Uv inc
Prakash offers UV label printing options in various shapes and sizes to meet the business requirements. These high- quality UV labels are printed using advanced technologies, visible under UV radiations despite of being invisible to the naked eye.

5.Multi layer label
Prakash prints multilayer labels also called peel-off labels that consist of two or three label layers. They can be re-closed and have an option of being opened with an adhesive-free tab.


Hot foil stamping is a unique printing technique that uses heat, pressure, metal dies and foil film. It involves applying a metallic or pigmented foil to a surface in order to create a decorative finish. It does not contain any ink and is opaque. There are two common methods of foil stamping traditional foil stamping (uses stamping die) and digital foil stamping(image is digitally printed using a special type of foil). Foil stamping is ideal for wine, cosmetics, bottled beverages, and food product labels. Foil stamping process gives an elegant feel to the product and provides effects that can bring a label to another level. Prakash Label uses foil stamping technique to enhance the aesthetics of the product.



Embossing is a process in which substrate is pressured with the help of embossing blocks to create a three-dimensional design. This printing process gives depth, texture and raised effect to the label. Embossing is a cost-effective technique that adds uniqueness in your product label.

Liquor, Cosmetic and F&B industries use this technique to enhance the visual appeal of the product.  Embossed labels draw the attention of the customers instantly.

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