Expanded Content Labels

Syringe Booklet Label

Syringe Booklet Label

Partially Encapsulated ECL: Partially Encapsulated Expanded Content Labels have a specific area on the label that has a protective feature to increase the durability and performance.

The Encapsulated ECL provides the premium protection for your labeling materials. This ECL style encases your promotions in a durable, lamination pouch. This protective feature is an effective labeling solution where weather considerations or durability are important considerations to your product’s performance. The Encapsulated ECL style also affords the use of a promotion packed booklet combined with a product sample, game piece or internet decoder.

The Encapsulated ECL provides the premium protection for your labeling materials. This ECL style encases your promotions in a durable, lamination pouch. This protective feature is an effective labeling solution where weather considerations or durability are important considerations to your product’s performance. The Encapsulated ECL style also affords the use of a promotion packed booklet combined with a product sample, game piece or internet decoder.

Overview Multi-Wrap ECL Booklets

The Multi-Wrap Booklet is printed on the front, back and insides of the booklet and is brilliantly constructed to be wound several times around a cylindrical item. This type of booklet label is suitable for small containers and ampoules. This has ample space for all the necessary text including the ability to fulfill any multi-language needs. It has a resealable function that allows the booklet to be opened and closed again and again.

  • Endless range of shapes and sizes
  • Designed for small containers, ampoules, and tight circumferences
  • User-friendly open tabs
  • Resealable throughout the products life
  • Maintaining brand identity
  • Cost-effective alternative to literature inserts
  • Automatic label application using standard equipment

Expanded Content Label Options

ECL Page/Panel Counts

Booklets

  • Stitched booklets: 4-68 pages
  • Glued bound booklets: 4-48 pages

Leaflets

  • Single Panel max: 16 panels
  • Multiple Ribbon glue bound max: 32 panels

Removable

  • Removable ECL leaflets allow the booklet to detach information without damaging the rest of the package.

Resealable

  • Resealable ECL Leaflets allow the label to be opened and closed for repeated use. The leaflet label also has a resealable closure available in many different versions. It can be covered with a dirt repellent and attractive looking lamination.

Open Tab Positions

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Base Construction

Full Base Label -Expanded Content Labels

Full Base Labels are designed for use on flat surfaces including cartons, kits and cards. The base spans the entire length of the ECL from edge to edge. Bases can be constructed from a large array materials and is offered Clear, White, Black, Opaque or metalized substrates.

Full Base Section Shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Partial Base Label -Expanded Content Labels

Partial Base Labels are designed for use with cylindrical clinical containers such as bottles, vials, canisters and syringes. Partial Bases are a small section of base that adheres to the container and allows the booklet to wrap around the curved surface, generally the tab section is used to adhere to the other side of the container, securing the booklet. Bases can be constructed from a large array materials and is offered Clear, White, Black, Opaque or metalized substrates.

Small Partial Base Section Shown in Blue

Large Partial Base shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Segmented Label Base Construction -Expanded Content Labels

Segmented label base constructions are used when it is necessary to wrap a booklet label around one or more edges of a box or carton. As illustrated below it uses “2 base section” so the label is able to bend and adhere correctly around corners or tight radiuses. It is important to have all the packaging component dimensions when designing this type of label. 

 2-Base Section Shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Other Available ECL Formats

  • Flat label with ECL
  • Multi-Wrap
  • Encapsulated Tear off leaflet
  • Back label with leaflet
  • Back label with stitched booklet
  • Back label with glue bound booklet
  • Tear off leaflet with zipper opening

Available Imprinting Methods

  • Thermal transfer
  • Laser
  • Hot stamp
  • Data lase

Lamination Options

Patterned Lamination for Imprinting

Patterned Lamination leaves an unlamented area for Imprinting.

Label Example

Fully Laminated - ECL

Full Lamination shown in pink

Label Example

Compatible Container Types

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  • Round Bottle
  • Square Bottle
  • Vial
  • Syringe
  • Ampule
  • Carton
  • Auto Injector
  • and More

ECL Questions?

Not sure of what you need for your application ? One of our packaging specialist will be glad to help.

Why choose CCL for Expanded Content Labels

Our pharmaceutical and Healthcare Expanded Content Labels are printed with the most advanced equipment available in the industry. Pairing our highly trained and qualified staff with our robust SOP’s and cGMP facilities allows us to exceed our customers’ quality expectations. Our investment in equipment and people has allowed us to continually be the market innovators and grow our secondary packaging offerings to meet the unique challenges that the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry demands. 

When it comes to quality, CCL Healthcare is the market leader investing heavily into vision verification systems and establishing the standard for pharmaceutical printing in the industry. The standard includes ensuring every product is 100% verified and documented for traceability. We manufacture under cGMP and ISO standards in temperature and humidity control facilities. Our dedicated quality assurance team and production departments follow strict SOPs and CSPs in fully segregated manufacturing areas. Our global presence and manufacturing footprint allows you to go global with 34+ specialized healthcare sites. Our experienced staff provides the highest level of service, technical expertise, and product innovation anywhere you are.

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