Overnight Labels expands equipment, footprint

Dan Ochwat
Executive Editor
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Overnight Labels, a full-service label and flexible packaging printer, has made multiple investments in its technology and business capabilities.

The company in Deer Park, N.Y., announced improvements in several areas including the addition of a new press to its digital department, bringing the total number of flexographic and digital presses to 15.

The machine, an HP 6900, enables Overnight Labels to offer clients HP Mosaic printing, which generates thousands of unique graphics from just one label design. Additionally, a new UV Rotary Silk Screen Print unit has been added to bring a new dimension to the company’s shrink sleeve and specialty finish competencies.  

Overall, to accommodate the company’s growth, Overnight Labels has increased its building footprint to 37,500 sq. ft.

“We believe that maintaining an emphasis on innovation and expansion, especially during challenging times, continues to give Overnight Labels a competitive advantage.” said Don Earl, president of Overnight Labels. “These advancements allow us to increase our production capacity and strengthen our expertise in specialty labels and shrink sleeves.” 

Overnight Labels’ presses have been running non-stop since Covid-19 started and because the materials are sourced in the United States, the company said it’s been able to help many other companies experiencing supply chain issues.

Overnight Labels began in 1987, a manufacturer of custom labels, shrink sleeves, flexible packaging and packaging prototypes. In addition to its Platinum Level GMI certification, the firm is also a Disney and Walmart certified printer and a Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) printer.  All of the company’s material is domestically sourced and everything is done in-house.