LNI therefore supply a large range of Graphic Products | Self Adhesive Labels to meet your unique requirements. Ranging from standard vinyl labels used for limited identification to specialised tamper proof labels that self-destruct when removed.
LNI has supplied a range of Graphic Products | Self Adhesive Labels to companies in the Electronics, Automotive and Whitegoods Industries for over 20 years, the same quality and technology is applied to all other Industries.
Our success has been maintained not only through competitive pricing and efficient operation, but also by maintaining a continuous policy of investment in both equipment and people.
LNI have extensive design and production expertise, which are at the forefront of today’s Industrial Graphics Market. The latest IT resources allow the smooth transfer of your artwork to print media and Silk Screen and Digital Printing Capabilities.
We use a vast range of substrates, all of which fill a unique performance and/or visual requirement. Our range includes hardwearing materials including Mylar (polyester), vinyl, polycarbonate, and polyester as well as specialised high performance materials. We will assist you in making the correct choice to suit your label application.
Specialist adhesives are also available to suit a variety of surfaces. Labels can be over-laminated, rear surface printed or encapsulated with urethane to provide complete print protection; this is essential where durability is a requirement but can also enhances the visual appearance of the label.
Luna Nameplate Industries | Nameplates, Custom Labels, Name Badges
Luna Nameplate Industries Pty Ltd commenced life 1970, manufacturing specialised photo etched nameplates and labels. In 1978 Luna Nameplates acquired Industrial Trimware Pty Ltd and Half Moon Products Pty Ltd, companies that specialised in whitegoods and automotive applications. Following rationalisation and relocation, the newly formed company continued to grow with the development of further speciality products.
The most notable of which was the urethane encapsulation process (lenscal).
In 1987 LNI was taken over by Forteoh Investments Pty Ltd and given its current name. In 1990 operations were transferred to the factory in Bayswater, Victoria; the site being purpose built to suit LNI’s manufacturing processes. On the 1st of June 1995 LNI merged with Adcal Pty Ltd, bringing all manufacturing to the one location in Bayswater resulting in economics of scale, synergies in production and expansion of product range. This resulted in the following benefits to LNI and its Customers,
•Coordinated Improvements in Process
•Development of New Products
The continuing evolution of LNI provides a sound foundation for the future, to more ably serve our customers.
Today, LNI is a leader in its field and customers have confidence that they are dealing with a company which has established a long-standing reputation for excellence in customer service, quality and innovation.