In 2017 we installed a Scodix press providing exceptional digital UV effects, foil stamping and braille. To request a sample box printed on our Scodix press Click Here
Our state-of-the-art printing capabilities are unmatched in North America. Our Heidelberg printing presses offer advanced printing technology that provides our customers with the latest in coating processes and special effects.
Neff is the only company in North America to have 3 Bobst Sprinteras! The Fastest Die cutters in the world!!!
Neff's expertise spans gluing and application of tapes and labeling. Our gluing equipment provides you with a secure package that can be quickly delivered. Additionally, this equipment provides added assurances with an integrated inspection system to detect missed glue, misfeeds, etc. Also, we can manage tipping, labeling and insertion of educational booklets.
Coatings and specialty inks are important as they significantly add to the appearance of your package as well as protect it. There is a lot to choose from in coatings, from matte to glossy and everything in between. Neff has the coating expertise to recommend the coating solution that will not only safeguard, but also pop off the shelf. Our coatings withstand the tough handling packaging often receives from assembly, shipping and distribution.
Our in-house resources provide color comps, sales samples, and production trial samples.
An amazing new print technology which allows Neff to apply metallic foil in-line at press speeds, eliminating off-line processing,
Our cast and cure process produces an holographic effect without the expense of holographic material.
Our in-house capability for labeling and tipping cost effectively adds value to any brand's packaging, as they are completed during our other processes:
Labeling: Our in-line capability of adding price or promotional labels to cartons reduces the cost for our clients, as labels are added during the finishing process.
Tipping: The process allows us to place product samples or pharmaceutical inserts into cartons during the gluing process.