Where does the term "IML pot" come from? IML comes from English and means "In-Mould-Labelling". In this method of producing horticultural cultivation, hot plastic is injected into a mould. The production machine first places a printed, thin film (= label) in the press mould. This melts with the hot plastic and is inseparably connected to the pot.
This thin film label can be imprinted in high quality offset quality and surpasses any other method of pot printing regarding sharpness of the pictures and brilliance. In addition, the colours are very UV-stable; i.e. The pots can already be used during the cultivation phase. Fading of the colours is impossible.
In horticulture, the IML technology is still little used. IML dominates the market in food packaging. Most ice packs made of plastic or detergent packaging are produced by using IML.
Make IML pots a part of your brand communication. Take advantage of IML and draw the attention of the consumer to your plants. We look forward to hearing from you.