Falsehood has always been the most worrying pain in the tobacco industry. More and more tobacco companies are looking for solutions to counterfeiting and related theft and hand-back problems. These companies often incorporate the solution of the problem into the package. Now, even the product can be identified on site or in the lab.

Tobacco companies have found that anti-counterfeiting is not an easy task because some methods are also easily counterfeited by counterfeiters. They began to realize that coating anti-counterfeiting—whether explicitly or implicitly—is necessary, and that these applications must be supported by actively implemented identification and execution plans.

The problem is not just loss of income. In the past few years, some tobacco companies have established a large number of brands that they must protect. The sale of counterfeit cigarettes or cigars whose product quality or packaging is very poor will keep consumers away from these brands. If the package has stains or odors, the company will also bear the reputation of no guarantee of quality. The brand may be one of the tobacco company's most valuable assets.

If there is a vacuum in a solution to the study, material suppliers, processors and high-tech companies will be eager to fill this vacuum. Some companies have developed very good technologies, but the scope of application of this technology is often limited. As a result, they did not provide a thorough solution. It is a good idea to collaborate with companies that combine various elements such as packaging inks and anti-counterfeit labels to form a truly effective comprehensive solution.

In choosing to ensure product safety, tobacco companies face three difficult factors that must be overcome: quantity, speed, and price. For example, due to the large number of cigarettes produced per day, the safe application of each cigarette is virtually impossible. In addition, the cost of doing so is too great.

However, it is possible to incorporate safety methods into the design of primary packaging, carton wrapping, and banding. Through the visual or other effects produced by ink applications, tobacco companies can track the products they produce, verify the authenticity of the products, and take advantage of brand recognition features that are difficult to replicate to prevent their products from being infringed.

In general, there are two basic types of security inks: recessive and dominant.

Explicit security features are visible to consumers. These may include special pigments that have unique luster or color conversion capabilities and are often used as trademarks or logo colors to make it easier to identify genuine products. The hidden effect is hidden, and consumers can't see it, but if you know what to look for, then you can see these effects. Recognition of these effects may require special testing equipment.

Source: China Packaging News

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