AG Foil s.r.o.

Družstevná ulica 549/7, 922 10, Trebatice



Call421 33 77 198 01


Labels & Labeling, Other Packaging


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AG Foil s.r.o.

AG FOIL EUROPE s.r.o. is a trade and manufacturing company with a long tradition in production of the labelling and product identification. We started thermal transfer foil production in 2001, still as part of the company AG FOIL s.r.o. - AG FOIL EUROPE became a separate company in 2014. We are one of the largest producers of thermal transfer ribbons used for barcode printing, dating foils and polygraphic foils used for hot stamping, along with textile materials for the production of care labels. We are the only producer of thermal transfer foils in the whole of Slovak and Czech region.

AG FOIL EUROPE s.r.o. has its own storage and production premises in Trebatice near Piestany. We are able to offer our products in a wide range of sizes. These are either custom made or they are kept in stock as our standard dimension products which are maintained in sufficient quantities so that we can respond flexibly to short delivery times even for large orders. Thermal transfer foils are made for all types of printers such as. Zebra, Sato, Avery Dennison / Paxar Monarch, Datamax, Intermec, Cab, Markem-Imaje, Jaguar and many more.

A semi-automatic tape cutter is used in the production process since the beginning of 2015. This has contributed to more efficient production and thus we are able to respond quicker to the requirements of our customers. AG FOIL EUROPE s.r.o. holds Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 Class I certificate for textile materials and thermal transfer foils that are intended for the manufacture and label printing.

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