History

2015
At Labelexpo Brussels, ETI showcases the Digital Mini-Cohesio equipped with an integrated Memjet-driven 4-color inkjet Jflex Digital Print System, capable of running at 84m/min (275ft/min).

2013
ETI showcases the Mini-Cohesio at Labelexpo Brussels.

ETI launches a heavy duty module for precise die-cutting, the Pellicut, for liner of 12, 18 and 23 micron.

2012
ETI launches a new hotmelt clean edge pattern adhesive unit.

ETI launch Linerless applicator with no compromise of label shape & size.

2011
Miniliner, Linerless launch

2010
Miniliner development

2009
Metronome Short Web Pass; Silicoat

2008
Brand new innovations from our R & D department; ETI-CPO (Corona Plasma Optimum), UV Acrylic Curing System, ETI-Blade, ETI-Gap.

2007
Opening of ETI China plant to improve competitiveness of the printing product line.

2006
Additional product line developments, Exagon-OM combination offset-flexo machine (currently in development) and the ETI-Cut die-cutting line.

2005
Partnership with Goldschmidt Degussa (now Evonik) for the development of UV-silicones for in-line manufacturing of pressure sensitive material.

2004
R&D efforts to extend the possibilities of adhesive used on the Cohesio and Labeline, thus,  increasing the possibilities of label applications (permanent, no label look, freezer grade, repositionable, heat sealable, coupons, etc.).

2003
Launch of the Labeline, an equipment which combines the printing, the adhesive and the silicone coating.

2002
Launch of the Metronome. The Cohesio created a need for a flexo printing press able to print thin unsupported film (according to the Cohesio process, the facestock is printed before the coating).

2001
Rapid growth of the company’s sales.

2000
The Cohesio is exhibited and sold at LabelExpo Brussels.

Prototype of the first Cohesio sold in France.

1997-2000
François Bayzelon initiates an R&D project in order to create the first narrow-web pressure sensitive coating for label printers.