More and more product information and no opportunity to create more space? In this case, the multi-page label commonly known as the booklet label is what you need. Unlike the pack insert, the information remains on the product and is thus available at all times. There are almost no limits on the number of pages, even if in practice the maximum number of pages in a mini-brochure is ideally no more than 20. Using special application and adhesive technology, users can leaf through and close the pages several times just like a book. For example, where products are administered on-site, the space saved by this form of packaging (which requires no folding box or pack insert) represents a huge advantage.