Finishing of printed products in packaging printing

The packaging of products, especially in terms of quality and appearance, has a huge influence on the buying behaviour of consumers. Packaging with blatant finishing stands out, but so does packaging with rather more discreet and elegant effects. Various technologies can be used, either during or after print production, to highlight particular areas of the packaging. This may involve shiny or matt colour surfaces (totally or partial), metallic effects, tactile effects, embossing or other 3D effects.

To get acquainted with various technologies for finishing printed products in packaging printing. Which options are suitable for which types of packaging.

Target group
Project managers, product managers, key account managers, marketing, sales, print buyers/technical purchasers in the packaging manufacturing sector

Main themes
  • Finishing technologies in general
  • Visual and optical techniques
  • Colour features (special inks, etc.)
  • Tactile effects
  • Matt/shiny effects
  • Substrates and their suitability for different finishes
  • Inline production/separate production
  • Converting
Certificate of attendance


Duration 1 Day
Price 420 €
Number of participants 15
Course Language German


on request


Lothar Roth
Lothar Roth
Janoschka Holding GmbH
Lothar Roth is the source of know-how for technology questions, standardisation and quality assurance. He has been in the company since 1980. Mr. Roth is responsible for all research and development activities as well the offering from the Janoschka Academy. In addition, he supervises the entire technical area from reproduction through colour management to the use of workflow systems.