ABOUT US

With our technical expertise, water based acrylic adhesives can match and exceed the qualities of solvent and hot melt adhesives in most cases. Allowing you to choose a more sustainable and safe label stock to meet your labelling requirements.
 

As adhesive coaters and converters we are able to manufacture bespoke self-adhesive label stock to meet your needs. Our in-house capabilities, allow you to choose any combination of substrate, adhesive and release liner to meet your requirements and application.

Our technical team is on hand to understand your requirements, advise you on the most suitable solution and provide samples for customer evaluation.

 

At Premier Coatings and Converters we are committed to developing the highest quality label stocks using water based acrylic adhesives. This commitment to the highest quality and service, helps our customers win and retain their customers and grow their businesses.

From a careful analysis of your requirements and an intimate knowledge of the raw materials available combined with a wealth of practical experience built from our many years of experience within the industry, we are able to provide you with the right solution every time.

Trading from a purpose built modern factory PCC is able to manufacture speciality constructions on primarily filmic substrates that many coaters would not even be prepared to address.

PCC’s policy for close involvement with its customers enables the company to identify their needs and take an overall view of the likely material overhead - from the selection of the correct components for a new application, through initial production trials to the final utilisation of slit patterns and likely stock holding requirements.

This policy of involvement also extends to PCC's suppliers, the manufacturers of their face materials, adhesives and release liners. By working closely with these suppliers, PCC continuously develops its knowledge, enabling the company to respond to market trends, identifying and circumventing potential production problems and adapting to a dynamic market.