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We have been manufacturing neutral label fabrics for clothing, furniture, automotive, packaging, the cosmetic sector and the wine and spirits sector since 1962.

Over the years, we have keenly observed this ever-changing market and studied solutions that meet the specific demands of printing, durability, and eco-sustainability.

This page reviews our latest news and some different insights to the industry of label fabric rolls. Enjoy the read!

27 April 2022

Print4All 2022: our labelling range
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Heading to the Print4All Fair in Milan we are taking eco-friendly fabrics, and also acetate, cotton, nylon, polyester, adhesive rayon flock…find out more about what you’ll see at our stand.

11 March 2022

Lineapelle 2022: the opportunity to propose an ECO packaging
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We attended Lineapelle 2022 to propose a new fabric to the leather goods sector to create exclusive and eco-friendly packaging. Find out more.

28 September 2021

Salone del Mobile – Milan Furniture Fair – 2021: new trends and new ideas
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We are delighted to confirm our attendance at the Milan Furniture Fair 2021, the place of innovation par excellence.

13 September 2021

The C.L.A.S.S. ecohub chooses Nastrificio di Cassano
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The NDC Green premium collection is part of C.L.A.S.S., the international ecohub for smart and sustainable fashion. Find out more details, read the latest news.

6 July 2021

Label fabrics: which material should you choose?
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Better acetate or cotton? Why choose polyester labels? Read our news to find out which are
the most suitable textile materials for each industry.

1 July 2021

All you need to know about eco-sustainable fabrics for labels
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Can the labels be disposed of as organic waste? Read our article about compostable labels and choose label fabrics that are good for the environment.

30 June 2021

3 advantages of using bespoke label fabrics
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Why should you create labels from bespoke neutral fabrics and not standard fabrics? We
have found 3 reasons. Find out more here.


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