Athena Graphics

Liebeekstraat 20, B-8800 Roeselare



France, Netherlands


Call32 (0)51 22 69 66


Design & Branding, Labels & Labeling


Alcoholic Beverages, Baby & Toddlers, Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Fruit & Vegetables, Hot Drinks, Meat, Fish & Eggs, Pet Food, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Sauces & Seasonings, Snacks, Soft Drinks, Soup, Sports Nutrition, Spreads, Sugar & Sweeteners, Supplements, Cereals, Other industries, Beauty, Food, Household, Personal Care, Beverages

Athena Graphics

Athena Graphics is a dynamic prepress company with sites in 3 countries. We deliver high-quality prepress, printing formes and online services to the entire packaging chain in order to reduce the time-to-market.

A brilliant and consistent color scheme of your packaging is essential to identify your brand to the consumer.
We can help you with this. With our expertise we make your products look the same on the shelves, regardless of the printing technique.

Quality is important but equally important is the time-to-market of your products.

To increase quality and to shorten the time-to-market we use the latest technologies.

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    08 Jan 2019 --- Ardagh has increased the production of its beverage can end and tabs by 10 percent at its Valparaiso plant in Indiana, US. The move addresses the growing demand for attractive and highly-differentiated can packaging in North America.

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    03 Jan 2019 --- Switching material from plastic to paperboard can reduce the climate impact of packaging by 99 percent in some instances, according to a recent study conducted by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute for Iggesund Paperboard (Iggesund). The study investigated some of the most common packaging types, including plastic packs, and found that in every comparison, paper generated the most environmentally beneficial performance.

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