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Arconvert U.S. announces the launch of its new website,, which is designed to serve as a source of information and inspiration to graphic arts professionals. It vividly illustrates the possibilities of working with Arconvert, taking site visitors on a journey through their product offering and putting Arconvert’s legacy of quality and innovation at the forefront.

The new site includes a comprehensive listing of Arconvert’s self-adhesive papers and films, detailed technical data sheets, videos, links to further resources, and the latest news and information on the label market. In addition to being a complete reference for label materials, the site includes THE CREATIVE LABEL CONCEPT, a space for label designers to ignite their creativity and experience the most imaginative solutions in luxury label markets, such as wine, spirits, cosmetics, gourmet edible oils and foods, and craft beer.

“We are extremely excited to introduce this long-awaited resource to the U.S. label market, which will provide label printers and graphic designers with ideas from some of the most respected designers in the world. The site also serves as a powerful tool for our customers, illustrating how Arconvert can help them produce their most impactful work yet,” said Darren Headland, Vice President of Sales and Operations at Arconvert U.S.

Arconvert, founded as part of Fedrigoni Group in 1989, is a world-class manufacturer of self-adhesive papers and films with three production facilities around the world in Italy, Brazil and Spain and a converting and distribution center in Cerritos, California. With a capacity to produce over 400 million square meters of self-adhesive substrates, Arconvert serves a variety of industries including the food, textile, cosmetic, medical, and electronic sectors. The company is also known for the Manter brand of luxury labeling products that are specifically designed for the wine and spirits market, and their Adhoc line of high-quality label products. For more information in North America, visit or contact Darren Headland at

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